And that's all natural energy, although Marny did have a minor youthful indiscretion with pharmaceuticals. Dressed in the "cone of shame" after her spay surgery, Marny felt she deserved a treat and snarfed down an entire bottle of elderly dog supplements. . . and part of a book. Billions find reading books very informative, but some lessons you must earn through experience.
Marny does know the stuff that really counts. After a sudden, family tragedy, Marny stepped up to give comfort to her girl, offering cuddles and kindness. As part German Shepherd, Marny works tirelessly to protect her loved ones, body, mind, and soul.
While this Tabby enjoys hanging out with her people in her own territory, this adventurous lady will (somewhat) happily wear a leash to boldly follow her people into the unknown.
Mitzy also thinks humans are fascinating and will eagerly greet almost anyone with a delicate sniff and a reassuring head bop. People who smell of yummy food get priority acceptance with Mitzy.
The first time she met Ericka it didn't go quite as Flora planned and instead of lovely belly rubs, Flora awoke with a shaved tummy. As one of Ericka's first spay patients, Flora made a big contribution to Ericka's career, and Ericka offered to share her home and veterinary office with Flora. Both agree that the arrangement turned out great. Although, there was one miscommunication incident where Flora thought she'd redecorate the apartment with confetti she carefully created by chewing three years of vet school notes.
Flora works hard, and she plays... well... she plays awkwardly. She once confused lily pads with grass and tried to run on the lily pads. Flora didn't float. She sank, and as she popped her head out of the water, she looked shocked. Whether that shock was for the surprise bath or the hysterically laughing witnesses on shore we'll never know.
Now retired from her career as a champion Japanese Chin, Sadie enjoys greeting fellow rescued Chins and Tibetan Spaniels, human friends, and horses. Occasionally, she'll goes to extremes to visit her equine neighbors. She'll use those long legs to jump the back fence.
No worries, though. Sadie always knows the way back to her front door. After all, she convinced three different potential adopters that her home was with her original foster family from Luv-a-chin.
Click Sadie's painting to learn more about her from the family Sadie chose to adopt.
Lilly is wise beyond her mere 8 years, and this Sulcata Tortoise could live to be 150 years old. She's a working tortoise, acting as an embassador for the reptile world with her edutainer companion Angie.
However, it's not all work for Lilly. She gets a real kick out of walking up to dogs, who get very confused by that moving rock.
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