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After being with us for almost 7 months Kallie has finally found her furever home. She loves to nap and snuggle on the enclosed porch. She also has a new favorite spot on her new mommies walker and she loves to go for rides on it.
Corky wants to tell you he is so happy in his new home he has a buddy just his size.
Corkys Mom sent us a quick note to tell us he is doing very well!
I am Sayla and this is my new brother Sampson. I had a very bad life before I was brought to LCHS. I was so scared when I came that I couldn't even walk. I had to be carried in and out to do my business. Slowly I was brought out of my shell and found out that there was lots of hugs and loves for me there. I was treated for my injuries, that I had when I came in, with care and patience. It took a little while but then my new Mom and Dad came to visit with me. Then a couple days later they brought my new brother out to visit. We played and played and played! I was so happy to play! Then one Sunday, I was taken out of the kennel and put in a van. It was a long drive but when we got there I saw my new Mom and Dad...I remembered them! I was taken in the house and allowed to get on the couch and play with my brothers tennis balls. I found a happy home with all the love I need! THANK YOU MOM AND DAD!
Roxy was one of our favorite dogs at the shelter. She had come to us after being abused. She was scared and lonely. We worked with her for a long time and got her to come out of her shell. The day this AWESOME family came to meet her they knew that she was their perfect match. Roxy made it home where she found a HUGE back yard a new pink color and new dishes. This picture was taken on her first Thanksgiving in her forever home! We love our Roxy!
Sassy found her a forever home! we are waiting for an update on how she is getting along with her new family!
Kovu became a town legend overnight. He was left tied up next to a dumpster and forgotten. A kind woman and her son found him and took him in for a few days. She got in contact with Animal Control and wanted to keep him. After a few days she realized that she couldn't even though she really wanted to and felt horrible. However her mind was put at ease when we got contacted by another woman who just fell in love with him when the story hit and after she met him it was a done deal. A few days later Kovu was on his way home! Of course they had to make a stop at a pet store first but now he is home and one spoiled pup.
Our boy Mort found a special home with two little girls that will love him!
Ms. Tigger is one lucky girl! She went to her foster home and we expected it to be a hospice foster. Then her and her new mom had a talk and they decided that she was exactly where she belonged! What started as just a foster turned into a "foster fail" and we couldn't be happier! Welcome home Tigger!
Hi I'm Jameson. I came to the LCHS after being found in a back yard that I didn't live in. I was very scared and was having a hard time adjusting to being there. I was asked if I wanted to go to a home with other dogs for a while until I found my furever home. I was happy to go! I went to a home with several dogs and got along with all of them but 1. I didn't get along with one of my foster brothers but I stayed there until I did find my furever home! I went on a trip with my foster parents and came to a home with lots of animals! I now have a sister Kitty, a brother BIRD!!! An a new brother! HE LOOKS LIKE ME! We play a lot! I am so happy to have found my new Mommy! She loves the Broncos as much as I do! Thank you Mommy for finding me!!
We adopted Hutch partly as a companion to our 3 yr old cattle dog, Jazz, and our three cats and partly as another retirement project. We couldn't be more pleased. He has settled right in as if he's always been here. The pictures show a typical day here with Hutch and Jazz wrestling and squirreling, Hutch and his toy snake and Hutch at rest in bed. He and Jazz have bonded well, and Hutch is ambivalent about the cats (a good thing) and they are well used to having dogs around and are beginning to get used to the "new guy". He is starting "charm school" training. He seems to be a quick learner. All in all, a great adoption experience and we are all looking forward to many years of enjoyment together.
Padme is so happy and warm in his new home. He was found by the local swimming pool.