Look what a little love can do! Her ears are up and her tail is held high. It was so rewarding to watch Cassidy transform from a scared pup into a happy-go-lucky lady her first evening with us. Cassidy easily melded with our family. It is always interesting to see which of our dogs the fosters gravitate towards. Cassidy's favorite was Willa.
Cassidy was by far our shortest foster. She was with us a mere 8 days! It's no surprise that she was adopted quickly. She was positively adorable! Cassidy went to a wonderful family on the beach with her very own fur brother, Logan. And she was given a new name, Daisy! Here is Daisy with her new brother!
|Photo courtesy of Paula Ford|
Daisy will certainly be missed, but seeing her photo updates from her new mom makes it all worthwhile. She is so happy in her new home with her new brother. I know that she will live a life full of love, happiness, and tail wags.
I am so thankful that Sea Dog Rescue saved this sweet little girl. They could save more just like her if more foster homes would volunteer. Will you consider having a temporary house guest? They will be forever grateful!
If you are in Northeastern North Carolina, please fill out a foster application to help save lives. If you are not in that area, there are rescue groups located all over the country (&world!) that could use your help. All you have to do is ask.
What do you think about fostering? Would you do it?