Pandora (now Stella)

Pandora (now Stella)

Pandora has been adopted and is now named Stella! St. Paddy’s Day was Pandora’s lucky day! She drove off into the sunset with her new amazing family.

Pandora now has a mom and dad, a grandma, two skin sisters and a big Bully brother.
At their meet-and-greet, Pandora and her new brother Rocky decided it was playtime! They played and played, and then decided it was time for a drink. They both took turns in water guzzling.

Pandora couldn’t wait to leave when her new family picked her up. She was so ready to go start her new life with her new family.

This little girl will always have a special place in her foster parents’ hearts. She is a special girl and we are so happy she has the perfect family she deserves.

Do I look familiar?  My name is Pandora and Rescue is not new to me. Last summer I came to Rescue and was adopted by a wonderful family.  First of all I want to say I did nothing wrong. I am a good girl. Some things happened that were out of everyone’s control and my parents had no other choice. We all cried when we said our goodbyes yesterday. 

Let me tell you a little about myself. I am a compact little girl. I am about 45 pounds of perfection. I love people and other dogs. Most of all I love playing and chewing on bones. I am an energetic 2 year old who loves going on long walks. I also love water so I can’t wait for it to be warm enough so I can pull my kiddie pool out and take a dip. I am bikini ready. 

I would love a family who likes to take walks and play with bulldogs. I think I would even love to have some siblings. Skin or fur, I’m not fussy.

Today was the big day! Pandora will now be known as Fiona. Her new family came to pick her up and she greeted them with butt wiggles and wet kisses. It was love at first sight for her new mom and dad. They have already started spoiling her with a shopping spree. Fiona will have all the love, as she will be the only dog. She also will get to spend time at the family lake house, which she will absolutely love. This beautiful girl will be very missed in her foster home, but we are so happy for her to begin her new life with her amazing new family.

Please welcome Pandora to our rescue family! She writes: From my fancy headgear, I bet you think I have been to the Royal Wedding. Or maybe the Kentucky Derby. Well, I am going to let you look deep into my eyes for a while before I give you the answer. I will give you a hint or two.

Everywhere I go, people look at me and they say, “OH, MY GOODNESS! You are beautiful.” Then it’s, “OH, MY GOODNESS! You need to lose some weight.” And then the question everyone wants to know… “OH, MY GOODNESS. What happened to your ears?”

Yes, I am beautiful.  NO, I do not need to lose some weight. And I have no idea why someone cropped my ears to make me look like a gargoyle. I was born with ears, then one day, they were gone. And yes, before you ask, it hurt bad when my ears were cropped.

I am 1 year and 7 months old and I used to have a job, Yes, a real job. I was the official greeter at a wonderful shelter. But, I lost that job for NO fault of my own. See, there were other greeters there too: a parrot, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits and from time to time, ferrets. And as a Bulldog, I can make some fur and feathers fly when they aren’t in cages. Some folks also called me nosey; however, I prefer the word curious. I loved to look thorough everyone’s trash can and scatter papers.

So, I turned in my official greeter vest and badge. I let everyone know I loved the love they showed me, but I really just wanted a home. I am obsessed with a kiddie pool, and I love the water. I can put my entire head under water, even without wearing goggles! I LOVE to play, I LOVE to chew, and I MUST be allowed to sit in laps. My ears are not going to grow back, I have no intention of going on a diet, and I am nothing but love. I hope I have answered all your questions about me. I’ll be sure to share more about my life in foster care soon.