I have been adopted! Here I am with my new furever family celebrating Christmas by the fire with my new fur-sister & 2 human brothers! I am so happy. I have the best parents ever, a big backyard and neighborhood I can’t wait to explore in! They even gave me a bed to snuggle in. A Christmas miracle!
Yes, in some of these pics, I’m actually sitting in the snow … and I am not a fan of the snow! Maybe you’ve heard the term, “Snowbird.” You know, someone who migrates from the colder northern parts to the warmer parts during winter. Well, that’s me! I migrated south today.
I had a reputation of being “the man around town.” That’s right, in my small town, I wandered around all day. I stayed here and I stayed there, but never anywhere very long.
One family wanted to keep me, but did not like how my ears looked. That hurt my feelings because I had nothing to do with someone cropping them, and actually, it hurt a lot.
The family knew where I was most of the time, but they got mad at me for killing their chickens and told me to “hit the road.” So, I did.
My next family was different. They were wonderful and opened the door to let me come inside. That’s what I am talking about ~ INSIDE! But wouldn’t you know it … their dog did not like me. There I was, finally inside, and there was a problem! However, it was my lucky day because this family follows Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue online. They contacted rescue and asked for help.
Today, a rescue volunteer, Elizabeth, drove up here slipping and sliding all the way to get me. Elizabeth already loves me ~ she told me so! I can hardly wait for Dr. Larsen and the ladies at the clinic to meet me. They are going to love me, too.
11/30/20 Update: Foster boy Houdini reminds us a grateful heart is a magnet for miracles. He also believes he’s a stud magnet…. so magnetism is our theme, apparently. Thanksgiving week is off to a great start. Look, I made a friend! My foster mom says I’m very patient and I’m one of the best snugglers she’s ever known. I like walks and I can even jog most of the way. Do you have a big yard? I’d like that very much. Lots of room to run and play and fetch and snuggle and well… you know the rest!