Wow! What a great day!

January 18, 2009 at 12:56 am

So many pets at the store found homes today! Our old-timer Brown Basilisk (the Jesus Christ Lizard) found a good home, as well as the baby Sulcata tortoise, and our last Lutino Lovebird!

Not only that, but we had a visit from our little Bichi-Poo, Geneva (formerly Fauna)! Geneva came in for a groom today. Look at how cute she is with her little bow!


Plus, we had three puppies find homes today! I am thrilled and astounded! Congratulations to all!

First, Gloria the Puggle found the perfect family for her, complete with little boys to play with. :) It couldn’t be better.


Then, Cap’n Carl (now known as Henry) found a family that was just perfect for him. Look at this happy guy. He can’t wait tobe the center of their world. :) They are all going to be so happy together.


And then, at the last minute, these folks came in and swooped down on the newly lonely Miss Yvonne. :) Yvonne (now Breleigh) didn’t even have time to realize her brother was gone, and now she has a new brother, Lambeau! (Not Lambeau the Puggle that we all know, but another Maltese Lambeau!) I am so excited to help this family grow. I had imagined Yvonne as a member of my family for a while. :) What a lucky group!


What a happy day. :) Be sure and check out our Available Puppies page to see who else is available to be your new best friend!



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