As January comes to a close, it was a great start to 2019 with some awesome adoption announcements. But yet with happiness, there came yet another tremendous loss of everyone's favorite girl Naomi. I'll never understand why life can be so unfair and with each loss my heart breaks a little more. Once again, I lie awake at night and wonder if I'm cut out for this.
Naomi, the beautiful girl that stole everyone's heart. She was a survivor of a most horrific past but persevered,
There are so many wonderful local businesses that partner with Pawtastic Friends and believe in our mission. Studio Khroma is one of them and we are most grateful to be part of their family. They are not only hair rockstars, but compassionate animal lovers. They support us all year long by collecting supplies and sponsorship donations for our scholars. For the holidays, they did a heart warming angel tree showcasing adoptable Pawtastic Friends Enrichment Training Scholarship
It takes a village and this is a perfect example.... two dogs, two different rescues, and a bond that most will never ever know. You might recall the story of Frenchie & Charlie. They met by chance in enrichment training and felll in love. Frenchie relied on Charlie, her knight in shining fur, for comfort, while Charlie looked out for his girl. They played fetch & cuddled with their friends Nancy & Tom. Frenchie swam with Ms. Kathy, as Charlie cheered her on. They trained wit
Rescue can be so rewarding, restoring kindness in a not so nice world.. Yet there are days it can rip your heart out and bring you to your knees. Today was one of those days. It was a day that makes me question faith, and time. In fact in the last couple weeks, I've watched some of our rescue partners suffer much loss. I've cried tears for them and felt their heartbreak as they made compassionate, courageous decisions. Today, those tears that have become all to familiar, came