Santa Paws has some big, big news! Not only did Santa Paws find Butler his FURever home in time for Christmas, he found him a FURever home with a Mom, Dad, 2 little skin siblings, fur sister, Cocoa and a big fenced in backyard to run and play. Reports say everyone is madly in love! Happy FURever After buddy. We love you very much!
We’re not sure if Butler and Holly are friends, if Holly is Butler’s mom or if they are brother and sister. We don’t know if they’ve lived together their whole lives or if they barely know each other. But, whatever their relationship, we’re glad we can help them!
Holly writes: Thank you, Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue, for helping us, for rescuing us and for changing our lives forever! It all started earlier this week when Cane Rosso Rescue was asked to help get us out of South Texas. Cane Rosso is a sporting breed rescue, so we did not exactly fit in with what they bring up from the south. So a wonderful lady named Kelly reached out to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue for some help. We were so excited when we heard that.
Then the news came that the rescue transport was full and there was no room left for us to ride. We were heartbroken…. we thought we were going north, only to find out we were not.
And then a miracle happened. A volunteer reached out to Rene and Laura from Lone Star Dog Ranch, asking if they knew anyone in our area that we could hitch a freedom ride with. And the rest is history. Here we are. A thousand thanks to two transport people, Sharleen and Ricky, who made sure we left and made it to McKinney.
Now about me, Holly. I am super hungry… like, ALL THE TIME. If I see some unattended kibble, I can come in like a wrecking ball and it gets ugly. Every bite of food I am obsessed with. I came with a note that read, “DO NOT FEED WE WITH BUTLER.” Because I will eat mine and his food, too. I need to be fed in a crate by myself!
Now about Butler. He is super thin. I mean, THIN. That’s because I always ate his food. And he won’t fight back. But Butler is darling. He just lets me eat his food. So, off to the vet we go and I’ll share more about us soon.
Love, Holly and Butler
11/15/19 Update: Butler is my name and being ADORABLE is my game! I originally came to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue from a sporting dog rescue. They made arrangements for Holly and me to travel to this wonderful Bulldog rescue. I sure was glad to get here!
My traveling buddy Holly is a great gal, but boy, is she bossy. Until, I got here, she pushed me aside to get all the attention. The thing that made me the maddest was she ate ALL MY FOOD! Now that has all changed. These folks give me my own bowl of food (away from Miss Bossy), my own bed and my very own attention.
I have decided here and now, that I’m not being pushed back anymore. I didn’t know life could be so good and I could be so happy. People laugh when I act cute. They smile when they see me coming. I’ve gained weight, my shyness is gone and I LOVE PEOPLE! I am very good around other furbabies. I walk on a leash with ease. I’m pretty near perfect, if I do say so myself.
I would love to have a family to love me, smile when they see me, give me lots of petting, but remember… NO SHARING FOOD! Just joking! I might share a bite or two. When you think of me, Butler, hear the song in your head from Diana Ross:
I’m coming out… Butler’s coming out, I want the world to know, got to let it show….
I’M COMING OUT!