These are just a few happy tails....happy tales! All of our former residents are dear to our heart and we love getting updates! It's difficult to give your heart to animals and send them away, but it's what we do in order to get them homes of their own. These are just a few that have passed through our hands to their forever homes. Thanks to all the families that allow us to continue to be a part of their lives. We are grateful for you all.
Annie, formerly known as Skipper", is enjoying a hike with her new "Mom,' Fran. We remember "Skipper" as the gorgeous girl who liked to sit in our chairs at adoption events, and we are glad she has her own family (& we suspect possibly her own chair) now!
Krammer is remebered by the folks at UARFSC as a painfully shy and incredibly smart girl. We are so glad she is now in a great home with Kara, where she has her own bed and even a hat to wear if it is cold!
Bandit, a very special boy, left SC and headed north. He is a lucky boy, who found a great home where he hikes with his "Mom" and rides in his "Dad's" truck, helping out at work. Bandit came to us as a shy little puppy, who we adored. He was featured in the first UARFSC calendar as a very young pup.
Mia came to us as an abused and terrified girl, with puppies. Although her puppies did not make it, Mia did. Mia's tongue had been cut out in a horrific case of abuse, but she was a survivor. Mia learned to eat the same as anyone else, and learned to trust the person who fed her daily. Eventually, she was wagging her tail for her caretaker, but still very shy of others. She was adopted by a wonderful girl, Lianna, and is living in NY. WIth the inspiration of her animal sister, Kali, and lots of love, patience and understanding from Lianna and family, Mia has learned to trust again. She is now enjoying life, playing and at times INSISTING on not being in on the fun, as above, where she jumped into the open trunk to be sure everyone knew she intended on going wherever her humans were going! Mia will never be forgotten by the folks at UARFSC.
River came to us after being tied to a tree in the woods and left to starve. River was emaciated, and afraid. It took awhile to get River healthy again, but eventually he was a gorgeous fellow again, seeking a home. It often amazes us how long it takes for some animals to find a home, and this is one of those cases. River is a well mannered, beautiful dog and it was worth the wait, because he now is living a great life with his mom, Jamie. River lives on a ranch and spends a lot of time assisting his Mom with the horses. Sweet River, the folks at UARFSC are so happy for you!
Our big, giant boy Fraiser meeting his new "Dad" John. Fraiser is a gentle giant who desperately needed a home to call his own and we are so glad he found it!
Porsche, formerly known as "Pickens," watches the rain outside from her new home. "Pickens" was a 2012 calendar dog! She recently found a new home, changed her name to "Porsche" and started enjoying life with a family that loves her. We are excited for Porsche and look forward to updates!
Andi found a great foster home, and SANTA adopted him for a wonderful group of kids! Way to go Andi! Andi is also a 2012 calendar dog. His picture was taken at an adoption event, where he decided to lay down and sleep on the sidewalk. We look forward to hearing good things from these kids about their time with Andi!