My Momo went to her forever home last evening. She was adopted by Jim and his elderly mom Florence. Sometimes when my foster is adopted, I am sure the adoption will be a success. Sometimes I am cautiously optimistic. In this case I am being the latter. I say this because Florence asked would Ohio Pug Rescue take the pug back if it didn't work out. I explained that yes, we have taken pugs back in the past, but to please call us with any questions or concerns. We want both a happy pug and a happy forever home. Wish Mo luck. She is a very special girl and I just want what is best for her. If it doesn't work out, I will take her back in a heartbeat. I've posted this pic of Mo before, but it is my favorite one. I swear, this dog could smile :)
I want to share with you the comment Dolly, Eema's forever mom, left on one of my blog posts. As I've said before, Dolly is a remarkable person and Eema is so lucky to have her as her mom.
"Special thanks to all of Lauren's wonderful followers & members of Eema's Fan Club for your overwhelming support & generous donations to OPR. I kept checking on the girls' tally esp. as July 1 was approaching & it just kept shooting up! So many pug darlings will be helped. It warms my heart & makes me teary-eyed to think of how many people love Eema . . . To update you on Eema- she is still comfortable but it's a day at a time. Knowing that next year she'll be smiling in the sun in the calendar pic will be a reminder of happy times we shared. Thanks for helping & caring. Dolly"
This is a picture of Eema not long before she was adopted.
Thank you, dear friends, for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)