All the wonderful friends that have come in these doors homeless and left with a family to love them.
Kalou- Alex and I’s love child, our first, most spoiled, and the one that was missed the most. She was adopted by a friend of Alex’s mom.
Troy- was just a little asshole and thats about it.
Pepe- Adopted by none other than myself, and he’s now my bff in the entire world and keeps all the monsters out of my room at night.
Missy- The most beautiful of them all, and arguably my favorite. She was there to cuddle me and protect me when Alex abandoned me. She paced the house like mad when I went to the hospital. I miss her terribly.
Gypsy- My first attempt at a foster dog after the tragedy. I thought I was okay after 2 weeks, but boy was I wrong. I returned her, in tears, after about a month. We had an unlikely reunion at work a few weeks later.
Zori- When I ACTUALLY felt comfortable trying to care for something other than myself again, I got Zori. She was only 7 weeks old, and the size of Pepe. She was adopted by a neighbor and I still see her 3 times a week.
Maeby- Another extremely sweet dog. She was passed between my mom and I for a month for a few reasons. But she found a home in Iron Ridge. And also that’s my mom.
Horse- She wasn’t really a foster dog, more of a mistake my mom made. Either way she was here for a week. She was quite naughty and I was pretty glad to see her go, but she found a good home.
Squeeze its the Skippy its the Skippy you squeeze aka Skippy- Such a good little cute little Chihuahua Mix puppy.
Marilyn- I personally traveled down to North Carolina to pick this one up, she’s the runt of her litter by a lot, and has a broken tail. She’s whiny but so happy, and her bark is hilarious.
Hanna- She’s a whore. She was adopted in 2 weeks. Actually the most well behaved foster all around.
Chiquita Banana- She was given to Tom and I from a friend of Tom’s mom that was going through a divorce, blah blah blah. She found a fantastic home in Brown Deer, WI.
Buppy/Laya- We called her Buppy, she was named Laya by her new family. Buppy was a fun one, as we took her home from Puerto Rico. She was found on a beach with her mom and two siblings, left in a chicken crate. It was likely the result of some sort of puppy mill situation. This is a picture of her in our rental car taking her back to San Juan, getting ready to fly home. She was adopted by a family in Sturgeon Bay, WI.
Thorson- His story is still being written…