Here’s Jet, our old Doberdame, who found herself on the brink of homelessness. If not for Mary and Ted volunteering to foster her, she wouldn’t be so lucky. There isn’t always place in many rescues for the “hard to place” kids. But luckily, those gals and guys whose Dobies go on the FDPRR website, open their hearts to all sorts of Dobies, not just the perfect, youthful ones.
Then we have the special people who open their hearts and forever homes to these “hard to place” kids. Jet was adopted by a very nice couple who have those needed big hearts for a senior who was more easily left to the chances of rehoming than putting in a little extra effort to find a home where she could live, too. Speaking from experience, I moved several times with my DoberDiva over five years as a renter when I landed in South Florida nearly 10 1/2 years ago. But some of us think of our pets as family and some of us are wrong. Jet’s new Doberfolks are very family oriented and are already loving up on Jet.
This is Jet with her new Doberdad, Joe. Linae, Jet’s new Dobermom, and Mary, Jet’s foster mom were out-of-the picture when the camera came out. Hmmm…maybe we’ll get one of Jet and Linae down the line. As for Mary? I’m working on that.
Jet has some really neat new animal family, too. Here she is with her new canine friend. And check out the Gargoyles that are protecting Jet’s new yard and home. They’ve got to be the cutest little characters going. Rumor has it, Jet is going to be meeting the family love bird soon. She is really having a new experience and is a most fortunate character. Plumpkin seniors rarely get this opportunity. The angels were looking out for her…and now the earth angels named Linae and Joe are.
You can check out Linae’s blog, as well. She and Joe are triathletes besides being animal lovers. Jet will benefit from getting a little activity in her daily routine, no doubt, as well as the company of a meditation partner. 🙂