Little Dog Update

You may have read about it here.

Amazing news.

After Chris has taken food to little dog every morning and evening for months now, he discovered this note yesterday. We don’t know who the writer is referring to; another person had been leaving a bowl of water from time to time, and likely a little food as well. In the end, the result is the same.

Little dog has a new forever home! Her efforts to defy capture must have meant that something inside of her little feral body told her to persist. She somehow must have known her special person was on the way. And we could not be happier to have contributed to the quality of this creature’s life. Yay.

24 thoughts on “Little Dog Update

      1. If this dog followed someone home, you can be sure it will work out. Chris was getting to the point where she would let him pet her, but she was still extremely wary. Clearly this woman has the kavorka πŸ˜‰

  1. Interesting timing, a dog had been dropped off/wandered off in the neighborhood a couple of weeks ago and decided our place looked pretty good. She would hang out on the porch, but would come and go, I wasn’t sure if it had a home close by. After a day or two I started putting out food and water. It looks like we have another damn dog…

    It is a blonde colored lab-ish looking mutt, the family started calling her Goldie, I prefer Gold Digger for some odd reason πŸ˜‰

    Glad the stray on your end found a home.

    1. Yes, this little one was so wild, she would have never left that enormous estate for any residential neighborhood. We think she and perhaps other litter mates was abandoned in a nearby gulch and somehow she survived.

      That she followed this woman home – there are a couple of houses on the estate, so she must work there – is testament to my husband’s months of patient contact. And apparently one of the guys who mows up there as well.

      Bless your heart for taking on Golddigger 😁 – we talked about if little dog ever could be tamed enough, what we might consider – but although the older dog might handle it ok, the year-old heeler pup would be too overwhelming. We just couldn’t do it in this quiet neighborhood.

      In the end, these things have a way of working out. Trust that is the case for you! Aloha πŸŒˆπŸ™πŸ½πŸŒΊβ€οΈ

  2. Oh, I am so glad… That is the best news I’ve had in a long while. Feel quite choked that what is meant to be has happened for that beautiful, shy girl!πŸ™πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

  3. Yea!! Always happy to hear of a good match when a dog finds a home. My own sweet companion is one I adopted in 2013 and can’t believe she is already five years old. So good you could assist this sweet dog. Aloha! πŸ˜‰

    1. How wonderful for you, Renee. And your dog! And thanks. ☺️

      We have an eight year old rescue as well. Hard to believe how I found her by the side of the road with a broken back, all those years ago. Time flies! πŸ€—πŸ˜˜

      1. and over here on this end of the cosmic playground, I have constructed a safety net for 3 little house martins that look to be outgrowing their little gourd home a bit too soon. our news should be at least 2nd tier click bait! lol

      2. Awww! Too sweet! Bless you and your efforts. πŸ™πŸ½πŸŒΊπŸ’•

        Lucky for us the dogs leave the fledgers alone. Because oh, the birds do love these gardens. Enjoy your weekend, w. 😘

    1. Aww, glad you appreciated this. It seems strange to go up on that estate and not see her little face, but we are so happy that she’s found her forever home. 😘

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