Major works as a therapy dog reading with children at the library. His calm nature and extreme patience make him well suited for the job. It also helps when he's dealing with other Great Danes his family fosters.
The best example of Major's nurturing nature shines when he's dealing with the abandoned kittens who wondered out of a rhubarb bush and adopted Major as their Mommy. He happily accepts sandpaper tongue baths from these tiny creatures whenever they offer them.
Just be careful when it starts to snow. Major loves wrestling his humans into the snow banks and turning chopper mittens into chew toys.
"Call me an outlaw. Call me a protector. Just don't ever call me late for dinner!"
Spencer the Schnoodle, a cross between a Schnauzer and a Poodle, may look all fluffy and innocent and cute. Behind those honey colored eyes lurks the intelligent mind of a willful criminal.
Most days Spencer happily guards his living room window barking at passersby and squirrels, but there are times when he feels a tiny bit rebellious. Several little incidents led him to attending a sleep-away obedience school.
His worst offense could be considered a federal crime. He once ate three books of stamps. (What else was he going to do with them. It's not like a dog can write!)
Lucky for them they found an adorable kitten and instead of making pickles they adopted the tiny tabby and named her Pickles.
This classic or blotched tabby uses her stripes to camouflage herself under the piano bench, where she likes to keep lookout over her family. Pickles once ran on her hind legs, hissing and batting at Grandma to let her know who was in charge.
Despite her humble beginning on the farm, Pickles does enjoy the finer things in life and will only drink fresh water provided on command.
And why not be proud of her feline fabulousness. She's the only cat in a busy house full of adults, two kids, Indy the Australian Shepherd, and a Russian Hamster.
Although we'll never really know her background, Cat-Cat shares some of the features and fluffiness of a Norwegian Forest Cat.
She uses her calico camouflage to her total advantage as a super hunter who once tried to bring a live bird into the house. She's also part ninja, and once stunned a rat by bopping it on the head.
Actually Teddie is known as quite the gentleman. Despite his wiry, scruffy appearance he plays the perfect host when foster dogs come to stay.
This funny dog may wear stains on his snout (his nose can sometimes lead him into trouble), but he wears his heart on his sleeve and will happily show you his loyalty and love with a kiss on the nose.
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