Sunday, September 1, 2013

Adoptable Pets Updates

I've been periodically checking on all the pets I have shared on the blog to see if they are still seeking forever homes. I thought it might be nice to share some of their adoption statuses here today because some are still looking for a place to call their own.

Romeo

Remember Romeo? He found himself a nice foster home, but is still wishing he had a permanent family to call his own. The shelter found him wandering around the streets back in February! That's a long time to go without a family.


Junior
Here is Junior, the sweet little boy rat. Junior is also still looking for a family to call his own. He's located in Austin, TX.

Angie
Sweet senior girl Angie is also still looking for a great forever home. She lives with a foster family, but it would be nice to spend the rest of her years with some caring people she can call her own.

Daisy
Looking for a puppy? Precious Daisy still needs a home! She's a young puppy with lots of love to give! She's located in Lago Vista, TX.

Even though these pets are still searching for their forever homes, I do have a little bit of good news. If you're curious to know how the senior dog adoption event that I featured here last Sunday went, someone left a nice comment on my blog as an anonymous user with the outcome of the event. A total of 7 senior dogs found new homes! They were between the ages of 6 and 13. Very cool!


Thanks to Dogs N Pawz for hosting this blog hop! Follow the links below for more adoptable pets. 


17 comments:

  1. thats great news for the 7 senior dogs that found new homes,and I'm sure these fellows will too,xx Rachel

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  2. We agree with Speedy. Paws crossed. Have a serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. I'm so glad that 7 seniors found a new home. I hope all will find their furever family soon. Specially Daisy is a wonderful black girl!

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  4. What a great idea giving everyone an update, we hope they find their loving homes real soon :) xx0xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  5. Paws crossed that they soon all have homes to call their own!

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  6. they are all so beautiful! It breaks my heart knowing there are so many animals in need. :(

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  7. Let's hope they can all find forever homes before Christmas. Great news on the seniors.

    Sheba.

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  8. We hope all the pets in need find great homes . . . . It makes me want more:) But I think we are enough of a zoo!

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  9. I sure am glad that some seniors got to go home, now then, we'll keep purring for these lookers to go home soon.

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  10. I'm glad so many of the seniors found homes. I hope they all get homes soon.

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  11. Thanks for the update-shared everywhere, hope it can help! ~Raine~

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  12. Thanks for updating us! I'm so sorry that these beautiful pets have not been adopted out yet, but I'm happy to hear that the senior dog adoption event went so well! Hugs, Francesca

    ps Happy Labor Day Ann, to you and your whole family! :)

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  13. Excellent news on the senior dogs!

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  14. Good news for the senior dogs. Not so good news for the rest. Who wouldn't want to have a two color rat as a pet? I would.

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  15. That's great about the senior dogs! Sure hope the others find forever homes too. You should link this post up to Tuesday's Tails!!!! The other bloggers are really good about sharing the animals on their social media outlets…just to get them out there a little more! Would love for you to join:)

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  16. That is great news on the seniors. I can't believe the ones on here today are still looking for homes....they are all so adorable!

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  17. That is wonderful news for the senior guys! Junior is sooo cute :-) I used to have a pet rat when I was a teenager, I really miss her, she was such a sweet girl!

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