Bingo is our adorable senior boy who is looking for a home of his own. He is the cutest little thing, only weighing about 13lbs. Bingo is currently being fostered in Manhattan and walks wonderfully on leash in NYC. He is about 12 yrs old (we’re not sure – he was from a shelter), and is ok health wise. He did test positive for LYME and was on meds, and he sometimes zones out a bit (maybe a little dementia), but hey, I do the same thing!
When walked, he is constantly stopped and people adore him. We had the same thing happen at the Ny Pet Expo – he was the hit of the show, but we need someone to make a commitment to this very sweet boy. He is really no trouble, is house trained, doesn’t bark too much and is really good with kids.
If you have a little extra room in your home and heart to give this old fella a place to live out his life, both we and Bingo would be grateful. He doesn’t take up too much space and only eats 1/4 cup of food twice a day. At this point in his life medical care would be basically supportive care because at his age if something were terribly wrong, it wouldn’t be fair to put him through any type of harsh treatment. There is no adoption fee for our Bingo. We just want someone to love him forever.
Ozzie is trying to keep a watchful eye on that chipmunk!
Fun times at Auntie Kate’s house. :)
Sadie was found in a tree after Monday’s tornado that devastated Moore, OK. She was taken to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, where she got widespread attention after a photo of her looking forlorn was posted at Facebook, and people as far away as Texas and Michigan were prepared to foster the sweet, displaced Sheltie until her family could be found.
Sadie’s family saw the photo and called the shelter. Once shelter staffers had her name, they called out “Sadie” and she perked right up, helping to confirm her identity while the family member was still on the phone.
Kyrie Malmberg wrote this morning, “My mom got her dog back. She cried when they brought Sadie out. It was amazing see her reunited with her four legged companion.”
Kyrie says Sadie is very happy to be back with her family and has not left the mother’s side.
Let’s find this sweet cutie a home!
Ray and Matilda the Sheltie discuss the nuances of life.