Najważniejsze w życiu dla mnie jest jedzenie i rodzina. Bez rodziny nie byłbym w tym miejscu w którym jestem. Nie wiem czy wiecie, że początki swojego życia spędziłem w schronisku. Lecz któregoś dnia, pojawili się oni - moja Pani ze swoim tata i tego dnia wszystko obróciło się o 180 stopni. Przygarnęli mnie, dali mi kawałek łóżka, poduszki i kołdry. Dziękuje im za to każdego dnia, pokazując jak bardzo ich kocham. Nawet jak uciekam, to po to, aby potem powrócić do domu i zobaczyć na ich twarzach złość ale i ulgę ze już jestem,wtedy wiem, ze wciąż mnie kochają i zależy im na mnie.
Tutaj repost zdjecia z profilu mojej Pani @adaakow. [english]
The most important thing in my life is food and family. Without my family, I wouldn’t be in the spot where I am. I don’t know if you know that, but I spent the beginning of my life in an animal shelter. Suddenly one day, they appeared - my Lady with her dad, that day everything turned 180 degrees. They took me, gave me a piece of bed, pillows and quilts. I thank them for it every single day, showing how much I love them. Even when I run away, I doing that, beacuse I want to return home and see the anger but on the other hand relief on their faces, that I’m already at home. Then I know, they still love me and care about me.
Here repost photo from my owner @adaakow .
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Just heard that lovable mom Tangyuan was adopted by an American couple! This sweetheart was rescued from the streets, emaciated with seven babies to feed, on Lantern Festival one year ago. Tangyuan （汤圆）is the name of the sweet, sticky rice balls that are traditionally eaten during Lantern Festival （元宵节). A volunteer pointed out that Lantern Festival is coming up on March 2, with her adoption marking a lovely end to Tangyuan’s first rescued year. ❤️ 🏡
It's been awhile since 9 year old Cocoa's very first post on SSD, but after much patience and lots of promotion...Cocoa got ADOPTED!!! 👵🏽👵🏽 Cocoa was originally surrendered by her elderly owners because they had to move into an assisted living facility. Cocoa had been diagnosed with diabetes and, along with her age, it was her biggest hurdle in getting adopted. However, Cocoa has found her perfect match with her mama Nicole who has plenty of experience and was undeterred by Cocoa's needs. Miss Cocoa is now part of a four-female granny pack and couldn't be happier with her new life!! Nicole wrote, "I adopted Cocoa on December 2nd after losing my soulmate dog last April. Piper (my former best friend) had Addison's Disease for the last 7 years of her life, so the regular vet visits and health expenses are something I'm used to handling. That made Cocoa's diabetes less intimidating and knowing there was a senior dog with health complications who was having a hard time finding her forever home just broke my dog-loving heart. Cocoa has become the fourth member of my 'Golden Girls' - my other three little granny dogs also seem to appreciate Cocoa's leadership and her muscle as she's got them under her protection.
Cocoa's diabetes hasn't slowed her down. When it's not too cold in Kansas, we do daily walks so she can sniff out the neighborhood and when we stay close to home she loves keeping an eye on her new large fenced yard. Cocoa joyfully and quickly made her way through the toy bin when she moved in and took care of any and all squeakers. She has become really vocal as she's gotten comfortable, and as I work at home during the day, she is often 'talking' to me to encourage a break [read: walk]! Everyone who has met Cocoa has fallen in love. She is the sweetest, happiest girl. And I'm overjoyed to be able to give her her much-deserved forever home. Cocoa is very happy here, and I'm smitten with her." ❤️ #seniordog#adopted#packlife#thegoodlife#adoptdontshop
108 78136 days ago
Who remembers our former foster dog Virgil? It's a long overdue update but he was ADOPTED last summer and is thriving with his new family!!! 😍❤️😍❤️😍❤️ Virgil is now named Charlie. He came up from Miami Dade animal shelter in Florida, riddled with heartworms. He underwent heartworm treatment and, after months of rest and low activity, he has finally been given the clear by his vet and he's happier and healthier than ever! Charlie lives in Manhattan with his mom and dad....enjoying The Spoiled Life every step of the way. We are so happy for our handsome foster! Happy life, Charlie!! 🤗
Chris wrote, "Charlie is doing great. He's very happy and extremely sweet. We love him dearly. In fact, I think it took my wife less than two minutes to fall in love with him.
Charlie really loves where we live. We are located across the street from the Hudson River and our apartment complex has its own dog park. Needless to say, there are a ton of dogs that live in the building so he gets his fair share of socializing (however, most of the small dogs find him to be a bit intimidating, which Charlie finds confusing). Charlie also loves to take advantage of all the humans in the elevator who want to pet him. He's definitely a people pleaser.
Now that he has been given the green light, we plan to get him a lot more exercise once it's warm outside. He seems to really enjoy running (at least what little I've seen to date). I have attached a photo of him from Halloween." ❤️ #seniordog#adopted#thriving#adoptdontshop
119 94772 days ago
"My boyfriend and I found Louie at a sidewalk adoption event on the way to the grocery store to pick up food for a friend's pot luck. The event was hosted by our local shelter in Washington. We later had to call our friend to tell him we never made it to the store but would instead be bringing a new 80 pound dog to the pot luck!
Louie was 12 years old at the time and we don't know much about his background, including his name. He is our first senior dog and couldn't possibly fit into our family better. He is so sweet, calm and loving, though he does like to mostly keep to himself on his bed (which works out in our small city apartment!). Now, a year after adopting, we forgot what life was like pre-Louie! Not a walk goes by without at least one person stopping to love Louie because he is the most smiley sweetie.
We're lucky that despite now being 13, Louie is in great health. He does have some back leg arthritis pain, but that never stops him from begging to spend hours walking through the big park by our apartment. We will never adopt a young dog after falling in love with our (newly 'Bark Mitzvah'd') 13 year old smiley buddy! -Samantha" ❤️ #seniordog#adopted#loved#thegoodlife#adoptdontshop