This morning I got a call from Randee, a woman I refer to as the fairy doggie mama and her foster magic. Randee had the best news. She has a pup in need of a foster. It was the perfect time to share my foster story and a follow-up from my previous post: Time For a New Best Fwend. I adopted my 4 year old Maltese from Randee’s organization a few years ago. I cannot say enough about how much love this woman has for all of her rescue dogs.
Randee has a saying, “These dogs will always be my responsibility no matter what.” After receiving my new fur-baby this afternoon, this new addition represents just that.
Meet Wrigley, a 16 year old Lhasa/ Eskimo mix, who was dumped at a shelter with a huge tumor on his back. His microchip scanned back to Randee. With a combination of her magic and overall badassness, she made sure Wrigley was pulled immediately from the shelter. He was quickly cared for by a veternarian where he underwent the tumor removal and is now happy at home with me healing and happily snuggling his bunny wabbit.
No dog who goes through Randee ever gets left behind.
From the time Randee got the call from the shelter, to the moment when Leah (Randee’s business partner) dropped Wrigley off at my place, he was in safe hands. If we can care for these rescue dogs during a pandemic, we can definitely do it as we start embracing our new normal lives.
And yes, Randee needs more fosters so fill out your application here, and get ready for a whole lotta love.
Here’s a picture of Oliver and Wrigley. He’ll be hanging with me for a few days but when you’re ready to meet him, let the fairy doggie mama know.
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