Monday, May 10, 2010


Woof everypups and everycats. Twice a week Mom goes down to Hope Animal Shelter to volunteer to help clean the kennels. About a month ago, a little white dog was brought to the shelter where she was named Sadie. Sadie is a feral dog and is really nervous most of the time. When Sadie was brought to the shelter she would constantly walk the perimeter of her kennel when she is inside and just have a distant look on her face. The lady that runs the shelter believes that Sadie has some type of neurological problems but Mom doesn't think so. Mom thinks that because Sadie was alone in the desert for so long she doesn't know how to interact with anybody. We think that Mom is right because Sadie doesn't seem to walk in circles as much as she use to and she is focusing more on her surroundings. She even has taken food from Mom's hand and will let Mom scratch her little nose. Mom asked us what we thought about Sadie coming to live with us and we thought that was a pawsome idea.

Pee Ess: Once again, thanks to Suka and K for being such great friends.


sprinkles said...

Congrats on getting a new sister!

Sallie said...

That IS a pawsome idea. Yay! :)

Maggie and Mitch said...

We are thrilled for you! Sadie is beautiful!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...


Your mom is khorrekht about Sadie -

She just needs to feel loved and safe -

Just ask Stumpy about her Berner foster brofur!

We'll be looking furward to watching Sadie realise how great life is!


Suka said...

hey Desert Pups,

Sadie is a cutie and I think it is a pawsome idea to bring her into your Pack! You dogs have so much fun and love to give that Sadie will be healed in no time!

I just hope she can handle your partying ways! ;->

Good luck!


p.s. thanks for the woof-out! I love getting woof-outs! But I love making my friends happy more!

Teddy Bear said...

Woohoo, a new sister. Pawesome! Sadie sure is a cutie! We hope she starts to feel at home soon.:)

Teddy Bear

parlance said...

How is Sadie getting on now?