Love is in the air!
I’m so excited because my day finally arrived! I packed my things and headed down to San Antonio this morning. Nothing better than having my new mom smitten with me before I even show up.
After I walked into my new home, I explored a little bit and received some treats. I knew this the place meant for me. As I looked at the comfy couch, I heard it calling my name! Napping is my specialty, so I took a quick 15.
As my foster parents were leaving, they wanted me to walk them to the car. I didn’t fall for that and stayed glued to my furever spot. I love my new mom and will enjoy the one-on-one lovin’.
Thank you to everyone involved with my rescue. I really appreciate the love and words of encouragement throughout my journey. I will send some updates in the following months.
I retained so much water, my lady parts were huge. No matter what my family did for me I retained water. After my last baby died, I became so depressed. I just wandered around the house searching. I had a great mother. She sat with me and told me she loved me. She didn’t know why my babies all died but she did know when I stopped eating and hardly got out of bed that I needed a change of scenery.
I still feel sad but Dr. Larsen told me in time my hormones would be back to normal but in the meantime, I could sit in her lap, and she would tell me things would be all right and one day I would feel happy again. I am ready to be happy again. My name is Reagan, I am 2 years old, I am sad as can be, but a new family might be just what I need to be happy as I can be.
7/12/21 Update: I have been in my foster home just a few days and I’m loving it. I am thankful for the staff at Bright Star Vet Clinic, but it’s nice to be in a home now.