Happily Ever After
Fairy Tales Do Come True
as told by their new family
(Kim and Mike)
We had no intention of ever getting another dog. Our oldest daughter Kelsey kept pestering us to put in an application to foster this old pug at Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets. After much thought we filled out the application.
On a cold Saturday in February, Sherry brought the pug to meet us. He was a scrawny little thing, and we thought we might keep him for a few days until a forever family could adopt him.
Soon we decided that we would adopt Meatball and make his last years happy. We thought we were going to save Meatball. Well in his own sweet way, Meatball saved us.
Week by week, Meatball’s little body grew stronger. Week by week, his little personality bloomed. Now he loves a good belly rub. He loves watermelon and bananas. He loves to travel. He loves to go on short walks, and if he is tired he loves to ride in his doggy stroller. He mostly loves to snuggle!
Meatball has brought us more joy, fun, and love than we ever anticipated. We are so happy this chubby little old pug is part of family.
Thank you Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets!
Simone and Porky
(Michelle and Kevin)
Simone was adopted on 5 January 2019. She is the sassiest but sweetest girl ever. Porky was adopted on Christmas day 2018 because we couldn't wait to make him official ours. He has turned out to be the most independent but dog like cat ever. Both kitties are spoiled rotten and get pretty much whatever they want. They enjoy laying around with their canine siblings and hanging out with their new baby brother kitten, Cooper. We cannot thank A3P enough for bringing these two goofy siblings into our lives. Without them, our lives would be incomplete.
When Wyatt isn't purring on his dad's lap, he's usually playing with his best friend Ding! His favorite toy is the laser pointer, but anything resembling a string is a close second. Wyatt's a ball of energy who demands several hours of cuddles a day. Wyatt is happiest when he's sleeping on the bed next to Ding and dad! Wyatt was adopted on 30 Aug 2019.
Alfalfa has been such a blessing in my life. His sweetness and playfulness have meant so much in recovering from illness and loss this year. They say no meeting us by chance and I truly believe that. I’m so glad I met this wonderful little guy!