Both Zoey and Joey were adopted today. Both to our joy and sadness. Joy for the obvious reasons that they went to good homes (we hope) sadness because dammit, we got kind of attached to them over the course of the last week. We knew we had two unique little puppies, but somehow we thought we’d at least have one come back.
Right from the start people were attracted to these two, probably for their fresh and unique features. We learned that someone put an application in during the week and she came with her family to look at her and Joey had a handful of people that stopped and asked us about him and at least one person put in an application but we don’t know if he went with those people or not.
I’m so happy that we were able to foster this past week, I don’t know if we’ll do it again, probably something, but I’m also so very proud of Melissa. She took the pictures of the pups and she also wrote up what was placed on Petfinder, which I just copied off of the site, because I know that they take it down soon after the adoption:
Zoey and Joey brother and sister Shepard mixes from GA. They really are the sweetest puppies! Pretty much crate trained (no accidents in the house so far!). Zoey is the more outgoing of the two while Joey is a little more mellow. They are great puppies who love to play together and then go relax in their crate. They also love a good belly rub! They are sure to make great loving pets!
The one family that we know Zoey went to was a nice young family with two little girls who were just crazy about her. And on our way home from Petsmart I told Melissa that she should be happy, that because of what she wrote and the pictures that she put up on Petfinder as well as lovingly take care of these two puppies, they are going to go to two great homes. They were going to be Cassie for some families tonight.
While the kitchen might be a lot quieter and a lot less energetic. Cassie finds herself playing with both dog and puppy toys and is now simply playing with herself or in our face. It really was a great experience. I hope that they are happy with the families that they went off with and live extremely long and amazing lives.
Thank you Zoey and Joey for being the best two foster puppies we could have ever asked for.