Kevin decided not to volunteer at this shelter, they euthanize the animals that they can't place in a good home and Kevin knows that he is way to soft hearted to be able to work under those rules.
But Guess What....we didn't come away empty handed that day.
I would like you all to meet Winston, the newest member of our family.
( He's the cute furry kitty below.)
Winston is 14 weeks old and a favorite of the volunteers at the Humane Society.
We told ourselves that Gracie needed a companion and a friend. She gets very nervous when we have to leave her overnite. Sounded like a good excuse at the time...very logical.
But the truth has to be told, Winston (named after my husbands favorite Brit) was just too cute and my resistence level to cuteness was very low that day.
So far Gracie does not like her gift.and is not at all amused at the cuteness of her "GIFT"
She has been hissing and making noises that I've never heard from her before. Today was better though, only a couple of paw slaps, and no deep gutteral sounds.
Looking back on that day at the shelter, I am very thankful that Kevin did not end up volunteering there. If he had, we might have had a whole bunch of new family members.
So I consider myself very fortunite to have gotten away with just one adoption!
(Note to Mare, the shelter didn't have any doggies that were a good fit for us.
We're still looking !)
I want to thank Lin of http://lettersfromlin.blogspot.com/ for introducing "Slides" on her blog. I was so impressed with her pictures, that I wanted to try and do one of my own.
Mine was not near as professional looking as Lin's, but I so enjoyed leanring something new.
Thank you so much Lin.