Tux Is At It Again
Tux is just too cute. Our newest little rescue! She sleeps in the cutest positions!
And she sure has made herself at home here.
My girlfriend and I have a really happy family here with all our little rescues….
There is Rico:
He is very angelic. Soft spoken when indoors. A leader when outdoors. He is from Puerto Rico.
He is very serious. Very important. Regal. Extremely vocal. And he feels that Central Park is his land and under his guard.
She is dainty. A genuine princess. Loves to play fetch. A little neurotic. Very loving.
These little angels bring us so much joy and happiness. And unconditional love! If you don’t already have a rescue of your own, and you are able to house one, I highly recommend going to your local shelter and giving an animal a much-needed home.
They are all adorable. And your words about going to a local humane society/shelter are so very true, Donna. People often think that animals in shelters are mixed breeds only and they’re looking for a specific breed. It might surprise people to know that shelters/humane societies actually often have purebred animals that have been found as strays or surrendered by their owners for any number of reasons. Additionally, if someone is looking for a specific breed and can’t find it at the shelter, there are breed-specific rescue organizations that can probably help. Most all shelters and rescue groups either have their own web sites, Facebook pages and / or advertise their animals available for adoption on http://www.petfinder.com.
yes, so true, and thank you for sharing on this subject in more detail 🙂 So many little animals out there that need homes in shelters around the world.