“I’m new to fostering having only helped Cupcake and Mae, but I’ve always lived with and rescued animals. My first personal rescue was a black squirrel that fell out of his nest. After raising Sam Squirrel to maturity I brought him to my Da’s place in the country. I’m new to fostering because I was intimidated over the responsibility and worried about integrating a furry kid into my menagerie. I have fallen in love with both my fosters and although it was hard to let Cupcake go, doing so meant I could help Miss Mae. I know it will be sad when Miss Mae gets adopted, but I’ll be happy to console myself with a new foster pup. It’s addictive helping them gain confidence and get adopted.
I became a foster for LGAR by pure happenstance. We’d talked about fostering in my family, but didn’t act until one day. I was contacted by a fb acquaintance and she hooked me up with you wonderful people. I didn’t foster the pup I was moved by, but my fosters have moved me.”