Thursday, July 21, 2011

No mo' Mo ~

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 :)


Penny said...

Good luck to Momo in her new home -- I hope everything works out for her and her new owners. With a face like that, how could you not just love her?!

Orange Sink said...

I hope they fall in love with Mo Mo and make her a real good home! She looks like one sweet little gal!
You take care too as I know it has to be a little sad to see her go! Keep us posted!
Cathy G

Julia said...

I'm sure that Momo will melt their heart. I can appreciate how difficult it must be for you to let her go. What a great smile on that sweet calendar girl. hugs. JB

acorn hollow said...

I hope momo will be one happy pug.
you are amazing.

Courtney said...

Sweet little Mo. How could anyone even think she wouldn't work out! Good to know you have her back, if she needs it!
Stay cool out there!

debra said...

Oh, I hope Momo's new family will soon find out that they can't even imagine their life without her.

Heidi said...

Best wishes to smiling Momo! Our thoughts and prayers stay with little Eema. We are happy that her days are filled with gentle love.
Hugs from Heidi and Mr. Taylor

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Lauren I love your heart warming stories of Emma and Momo...How wonderful for Emma - they both are blessed to have each other.
Also...I pray that Momo can stay where she is now but if she has to leave her forever home she has a perfectly wonderful one to come back to.


Kathy (woolfind) said...

Really hoping the new family for Momo give it their best at making things work!
Eema is such a lucky girl. How wonderful!

The Barn Door said...

I hope Mo's adoption 'sticks'! But only if it's a just right situation!! I certainly understand that feeling you have!

April DeConick said...

I too hope it works out. Looks like a cute dog.

Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

NOw that is one big smile! Hope Momo loves her new family :)

cheri back to larkrise said...

All your pugs look so cute! The smiles on Mo is priceless.

Kim said...

I hope Mo and her new family adjust well and that they keep you posted - so you can update us.
That was a sweet message from Dolly. I'm so happy Eema is going to be a Calendar Girl!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Glad I didn't read this first thing this morning or I would've started my day out teary-eyed....I truly hope Mo's new home is a forever one - and one that will keep making her smile her beautiful Mo smile....And I so hope your heart isn't breaking too much. Even with all your "practice," I know letting them go tears you up. You wouldn't be who you are if it didn't. And Sweet Eema and Dolly - what a wonderful pair that is! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

weaverpat said...

Thanks for sharing the stories of these two wonderful little girls.
I do hope the forever home works for Mo. I don't see how after getting to know her, a person would want to give her back.
I'm glad Eema is still doing as well as can be expected. She is such a sweetheart!

Beckyjean said...

Hi Lauren~

Hoping for the best for Momo. She looks like a sweetie.

Have a wonderful weekend~Becky

Anonymous said...

Best wishes for MoMo..and Lauren, I know I've said this before, but I love your big heart!
warm summer hugs,Kathy

primitivebettys said...

Oh I do hope Mo has a happy forever home! :)