Life in the Slow Lane

Life in the Slow Lane

Friday, March 23, 2007

Crush Your Cat's Head Friday-It's a Dog's Life Edition

I am thrilled to announce that Lulu has found a FANTASTIC forever home. When my friends, her foster mom and dad, saw her profile go back up on the rescue shelter website they realized they couldn't bear the thought of perhaps never seeing her again. Discussions ensued and they decided they couldn't let her go and that she has been where she really belonged all along. Lulu managed to meld into their family seamlessly. Clever girl! And I get to be The Benevolent Auntie any time I want. I've even received keys to their apartment so I can visit any time. It really doesn't get any better than this!

Snoozing with her new brother, Winston, who is obviously far more well adjusted than some other cat we know...*coughyoshicough*


Sharing couch time with her new sister, Xiola.


Getting her sea legs.


She and Xiola have become extremely close. My friend has been seeing special loving behavior from Xiola that she has never EVER seen her display towards any other of her doggy buddies. Lulu has developed so much self confidence being in Xiola's company. She is learning to trust and dig holes and play fight and be a lovely well rounded dog from her new best friend.


*brushing tears from my eyes* They are inseparable.


Here is Lulu looking forward to a bright future.

I know without a doubt that Lulu's life couldn't be any better.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

you help that happen..because Yoshi was a butt...Lulu found a great place to be...see it all worked out

hey and being an auntie is so awesome!

TU

Susie said...

oh, this made me teary, too. very good news. see, you were exactly where you needed to be, to help lulu on her journey. xxx

kalki said...

Yep, teariness here as well. I'm so happy for little Lulu. And so glad that she'll still be in your life, as well.

Sharkey said...

Oh, that is so awesome!! I'm so happy for you and for Lulu and Xiola and Winston and the rest of her new family.

Totally crying over here too. :)

JP said...

All is well in the Kingdom of Kranki,.... and walking into the sunset, they all lived happily ever after....

candace said...

Oh, Stacey! Give your friends a big hug from me the next time you see them. Those pictures just made me so happy and she looks so perfect with the other animals in her new home. All's well that ends well!

Jessica said...

Yep, I'm a little teary too. What a wonderful outcome! It really seems like everything happened as it was supposed to.

Squirl said...

How wonderful that Lulu not only has a good home, you still get to be the Auntie! You did good.

whfropera said...

i love it when you can see joy on a dogs face - those pics captured it perfectly!

here today, gone tomorrow said...

Outstanding!!! That picture of Lulu running on the beach tells the whole story...a happy, energetic pup. As others have said, this would not have happened without you, and you get to the Auntie. That means we'll get to see more pictures of this fabulous girl.

SassyFemme said...

That is SO wonderful! See, you were meant to get Lulu, but not in the way you originally thought you were.

eclectic said...

Awwww... that's SOOO great! For everyone!! Happy home-warming, Lulu! And happy auntiehood, Auntie Kranki!

alan said...

Sorry about being a day or two behind here...but now that means you can take a rod and reel and go hang out with Lulu at the beach!

:o)

alan