Castillo is a one year old male who was surrendered by his owner for financial reasons. He is a very sweet. Loves children and grew up with a cat. He is athletic, loves to walk and hike and is VERY loving.
I placed him a couple of months ago and they just returned him to me because the mother was going back to work. He arrived and was shaking. I feel badly for him. But he is out in the back with 3 girls and is a happy boy. I gave him a bath and rubbed and scrubbed him. He loves being back and is excited to have a new home. This is a really, really nice boy.
Here is the description I received from the people who have been caring for her.
This is Molly. She is approximately 7 years old. Molly has been living with her friend, Cindy, who is 8 ½ and unfortunately is crossing the Rainbow Bridge due to aggressive mast cell cancer. Molly and Cindy belonged to an 88-year-old retired Army nurse, Miss A. Both were the light of her life, her children really, as she had no children of her own. The three of them were very happy together. Miss A. took the girls on walks at least twice a day, kept doggie biscuits in her pockets all of the time, and made sure that they went to the vet whenever they needed to. All of them slept together in Miss A’s room, sometimes even sharing her little twin bed with her believe it or not! None of them ever met a stranger and everyone in the neighborhood knew Miss A. and her two furkids.
Unfortunately Miss A’s memory began to falter, and she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Luckily for Molly and Cindy she would forget not to feed them. When she seemed to be forgetting everything else they were the one thing on her mind—all of the time. One neighbor noticed that she didn’t forget to walk or feed them—just the opposite–she walked them five times in one day, and gave them biscuits each time (forgetting how many walks and how many biscuits!) Miss A. is now in an assisted living facility, as she can no longer live on her own safely or care appropriately for her two “puppies,”, and Molly and Cindy have been living at their home without their mom with a kind neighbor feeding them and caring for them. They have been orphans with only each other for comfort for the past five months.
Now that Cindy is crossing the Rainbow Bridge, Molly will be alone. We just cannot leave her all by herself with no mom and no friend, in an empty house. She has lost so much in the past five months. She is a very sociable girl who needs to be with people. She gets along with children and adults. She is extremely friendly, knows “Sit,” and enjoys walks with people—long ones when possible! She is okay with brushing and bathing, and can walk on a leash or off leash. She has lost some weight since she is not getting as many biscuits as Miss A gave her, but she is still on the heavy side.
She is here and ready for a new home. And she is s very nice girl.
Bentley is a 4 year old male whose owner surrendered him due to a divorce. He is loving and affectionate. Likes kids and was raised with cats. He has a very nice personality. he is a great dog!