Monday, March 12, 2018

Hasta Luego Enchilada ~



Enchilada went to her furever home Saturday.  She now has a pug brother Bob and pug sister Lulu.  Even though I had her for only a month, she has taken a big piece of my heart.  Fostering is bittersweet.  I sure do miss her.
 
A few of my favorite pictures.

Introducing herself to Ernestine :)




The saddest pug eyes
I've ever seen
 
Godspeed Enchilada. 
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

12 comments:

WoolenSails said...

She had such character, I am sure her new parents will love her just as much. Your stitchery is beautiful.

Debbie

marly said...

Ahh. How does the adoption work when there are other pets? Trial days to see how they get along first? I hope she follows her siblings lead to the outside dumping grounds!

acorn hollow said...

oh I bet there is a lot of butt smelling going on today.
good luck her.
Cathy

Annie Joe said...
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moosecraft said...

Awww... fostering is so bittersweet....wishing her fun times in her forever home!

Saundra said...

I applaud you for fostering; you're a stronger woman than me. Love your cross geo she was standing on and remember when you were hooking it.

Julia said...

I hope that Enchilada settles well in her new home. Hugs for you for your caring heart.
Julia

Patti said...

Such a labor of love! Hope another pup enters your home soon.
Blessings, Patti

Farm Girl said...

I am so glad she has a new home. You are so nice to do that Lauren.
That was a very short time wasn't it? Well except for Earnestine. :)

Margaret said...

I don't know how you do it with the fostering. It takes someone special, that's for sure. So happy for Enchilada. (And your last post -- I didn't know you cross stitched! I used to too! lol! Hopefully will get back to it sometime.....)

Jennie in GA said...

Praying they deserve her. Methinks it is time for a keeper ;-)

kelley said...

I'm so glad she found her forever home...thanks so much for fostering and helping this "kids" get a better second chance...