Puppy rescued by OFOSA brings joy on Christmas morning
Just wanted to thank you and the OFOSA so much for making my daughter Annabelle’s Christmas so special. Your extra efforts made it possible for our family to adopt Cupid (now renamed “Holly” by my daughter) the newest member of our family.
As you know my daughter has wanted a puppy for as long as we can remember. For the past three years she has been hoping that Santa would answer her requests for a real puppy not just the toy stuffed versions of the past 3 years. When she made her Christmas list this year it included a separate set of clear instructions for Santa - which she pinned to our curtains - next to our Christmas tree. The message was for Santa to bring her a real puppy and place it in a special bed she made out of a laundry basket and blankets. She placed a leash and collar that she had received last year (on a stuffed toy puppy) in the basket with the note to insure there was no miscommunication.
We would just like to give an update on our family member “Misty” or formerly known as Glenda by the folks at OFOSA. Misty has been a wonderful addition to our family and has made herself very much at home, she is very attached to all member especially our son. She is always in the best of spirits and happy to see us. We appreciate the opportunity that OFOSA gave us by bring Misty home with us, “Thank You”!
The Wells Family
I adopted a kitten from the Tansaborne Petco, I think in June. I wanted a male, not black. A female, tuxedo - picked me and made it clear - I wanted her. She has not stopped being pushy with her affection and desire to be near. She greets us as we come home and tells us all about her day, sleeps in our beds, she knows she is totally adorable, even dog tolerates her playing with his tail as he wags affectionately. She climbs into the shower with us, plays on the patio as we BBQ dinner - well, I am saying I have never adopted a kitten before, but I am so glad she choice us and convinced me she was right. We are wrapped around her little white paws and can't imagine not having her. Thanks for the good work you. The adoption fee was worth every penny.
Terri (& Jake) Nelson and Pretty Kitty
I just thought I would send you an email to tell you we were thinking of you the other day. The girls (who we are now calling Ginger and Mia) are doing really well. They are growing up so fast, I can’t believe it! Although they are filling out and getting taller, they still retain their kitten like mischievous playfulness and are very busy exploring the house and noticing the outside world of birds! The other day we had a cedar tree full of goldfinches and pine siskins and the girls went crazy. It was so loud, there must have been 75 birds in our tree!
They are very much like the two Siamese sisters from lady and the tramp!
They are curious and stealthy, which sometimes results in a large CRASH of something flying off a table or being knocked over. Always makes Chris and I laugh as they really rule the house now. J They seem quite content and talk to us a lot. They just received the third shot of the series and have won everyone over at the Laurelhurst Vet Hospital. They are VERY social indeed.
Needless to say we are enjoying them immensely and feel so fortunate to have them in our lives. I thought you would like some photos and I will keep you updated in the next few months. I hope you are well and please pass this note on to your sister.
Hi every one at OFOSA,
All My Love,
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