I know it must be hard but you did a wonderful thing and I love hearing stories about puggies finding their forever home! I just started fostering on Saturday and I already know its going to be hard. BTW the pics are adorable!!
Kerrie, you are gonna miss that old boy!!
Didja notice his lipstick in this picture?? I think he was excited about going to his new home!
(Sorry, had to tease!!)
I love this picture...did Buddy get to take his bowl to his new home
What wonderful pictures! Makes you feel like you're right there...so much that I'm sitting here sniffling too....
It was a wonderful gift that you gave to Buddy. Being the "bridge" Mommy, teaching him that it is OK to love, that there are wonderful people out there looking out for him and that you will only entrust him to someone special. He is a lucky boy and you were lucky to have had him touch your heart and leave his pawprints behind...
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OMG, those pictures brought a tear to my eye....Im happy sad for you too. I'm glad buddy's new home is good.....
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All my babies at the Bridge - LouLou, Puck, Piaff, Donato, Persia, Dragon, Smugs, (Pugs) and Madam and her son Woolfie (horses).
He's very handsome.
I'm glad he's enjoying his new home.
He has a very sweet face--I can never resisit those old guys. Looks like he's in a great home if mom is already letting him make a nest of her hair!
Your pictures of Buddy are so sweet. I'm sorry you are having such a hard time. I can see why he would be hard to let go of. You did a wonderful thing for him!