Hi. My name is Faith and I really didn’t know what it meant to be loved until PAAS rescued me and I got to go to the Richardson Birthing and Rehabilitation Center.
At first, I was scared so I went to the laundry room and just looked at the back door.
I even slept there.
Then I realized that all the other dogs living in this wonderful place were having fun in the rest of the house.
They tell me that after a week, I finally started to play with the others and even spent some nights sleeping on a bed made especially for me in their bedroom.
I had terrible itchy skin and big sores all over me.
The nice people here started giving me these wonderful baths every other day for weeks.
It felt so good, so did all the pets and loving I got.
I had big scars on my side from when I had my 4 litters of babies.
They had left some stitches in and those got taken out.
They gave me special food to help me gain my weight back, I was really feeling good.
They said I was in a foster home.
Those are great places to go to, and I loved my foster parents and gave them lots of sloppy kisses. I even learned to sit, lie down, roll over and walk on a leash like a lady and best of all to trust humans again.
Next I remember going on this long, long ride with lots of other dogs.
We stopped, in the middle of the night, so all of us could stretch our legs, water and fertilize a dog park.
Then we loaded back up and headed to Colorado.
Here’s my update – I’ve left the building (Dumb Friends League) in Colorado for my forever home.
Patti wrote this so I know it’s correct: I got adopted by a woman with a French bulldog who has obviously been very well cared for.
I got along with her and my new Mom.
So…keep the Faith – – – I did – – and I’m home!!!!