Subject: [KBL] Adoption Announcements
Date: March 2, 2008 7:37:28 AM PST
I am delighted to share the news that THREE of our rescues were placed this week.
Two female siblings who suffered through 4 long years in a midwest puppy mill arrived in their adoptive homes -- one in New Hampshire and the other in Pennsylvania. While both dogs were named Joy by the mill -- rather ironic since they had little joy in their lives until they were sprung -- they now share names of Manhattan Avenues: Madison and Lexie (short for Lexington).
Lexie was transferred to her adopters yesterday, with another HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO HOLLY MONAHAN, who convinced a friend to drive for several hours in a snow storm to assist with the transport. Lexie did not have the dog aggression issues of her sister and was placed with a wonderful Kerry-experienced family who are previous adopters from the Foundation -- they adopted Trooper in 2004. Thankfully, Holly didn't act on her impulse to abscond with the little darlin'! As of this morning, Lexie and Trooper were successful co-conspirators in tugging apart a stuffed toy and happily shared the de-stuffing ritual.
Subject: Lexie Pics for the website
Date: March 13, 2008 2:33:37 PM PDT
This is the female rescued from a mill and adopted by Eric Stahley and family.
Lexie playing with Trooper, another KBTF rescue
Lexie (left), with Trooper