My Lulu went to her forever home yesterday. I had her for three short weeks. It is amazing how quickly they wiggle their way in to your heart and take a little piece of it when they leave.
Here she is through the patio door screen with her new pug sister. Baloo (?) is a ten year old female. The gentleman who adopted her had two pugs go to the Rainbow Bridge earlier this summer; one who was adopted from Ohio Pug Rescue.
Lulu did not make a good first impression. We took the girls out back (he has a fenced yard) and let them wander around. They came in and Lulu proceeded to pee on the carpet. Thankfully new dad Richard attributed it to nerves and it didn't phase him!
Here's Lulu getting to know her new sister. We call this the canine google search. Hey, it's what dogs do. Aren't you glad you're not a dog?
Here she is with new dad Richard. I think she will love living with him since he's retired. She HATES to be left alone. I love how Baloo is looking at Richard. Talk about adoration!
Not even two hours after the adoption, I got a call about two more girls who need to come in to rescue and would I consider one of them. I'm thinking . . .
Pug hugs :)