Foster Mom bought me a pumpkin sweater for Halloween, but she said my forever family might scoop me up before the holiday. Could that be you?
10/8/20 Update: Foster Mom and Foster Dad have really gotten to know me since I left the vet clinic. I’ve gotten so comfortable with my foster siblings and my personality is shining bright!
Here is how I imagine my ideal forever home:
It should be stocked with lots and lots of fruits for snacks. I LOVE blueberries, bananas and strawberries.
While I’m sure kids think I’m cute, I probably shouldn’t live with anyone under the age of 10. I don’t share toys easily. I also still know nothing about personal space and don’t want anyone to get knocked over.
I would love for my people to be home way more often than not ~ I don’t like being left behind. If you have to go, please take me with you! I’m an angel in the car and will be the first one to jump in the backseat.
I’m great on my leash and in my harness. While I like to walk, I don’t make it too far. I would really enjoy a family with a stroller or wagon (though not a deal breaker).
I would be great with female-only k-9 siblings, as long as Mom and Dad enforce strict rules and routines, but I would be more than happy soaking up all the attention myself. No small animals in the house for me. I love a game of chase and don’t want anyone to get hurt.
Lastly, I would really love an invitation to sleep in bed with you. I’m a snuggler and want to be as close to my people as I can. BUT if there’s really no room, I’m happy to sleep in a dog bed on the floor or in my crate.
Now that you know the kind of forever home I want, send in those applications! You may be my perfect match. Until then, I’ll keep you updated on all my “firsts” and adventures in my foster home to make you all fall even more in love with what a perfect boy I am! Catch ya next week!