Dolly (being renamed Dollar) has been so lucky to have found a fantastic foster home with one of the Four Paws volunteers and her family… and as Dolly/Dollar’s prospective new owner, I’ve been even luckier – Thanks to her foster family I’ve been able to meet this four pawed lady and get to spend some real quality time with her.
The Four Paws staff/volunteers I’ve worked with have done so much to facilitate the smooth progress of this adoption, which for various reasons wasn’t as straightforward as I hope my future with Dollar will be. I can’t recommend them enough to any future adopters. They’ve been doing what they do for a long time now, and they are pretty fantastic at it from what I can see! They do everything they can to ensure that the dog will be comfortable and secure with a new owner – and that the new owner is a good match for the dog.
Dolly/Dollar has been through a lot of upheaval over the last couple of months and her past before that is something of a mystery, but if things go to plan I am going to do my utmost to ensure that her future is far more settled. I’m sure she’ll pay me back in bucketloads.
“A home is a far nicer place to sleep than a kennels.”
“OK, so how do I get to you now, eh?”
“Duck hunting is tiring work. I’m sure I had to kill it more than once!”
“Sausage stealing is tiring work too! That woman didn’t half fight me for them.”
“I can be sooooooo cute!”
“I love having my tummy tickled!”
“And I also love long walks exploring the countryside.”