Many of you followed the saga of finding a new home for our dog Tuxedo. I wrote about the hardest part in this post. Well today I am writing from a place of complete gratitude.
Tux was adopted!
As if that isn’t enough good news, the director of Woods Humane Society called me to tell me what a great dog Tux is. Apparently, as the story goes, there was some question by the Board of Directors as to why there is a practice of performing a behavioral assessment on the incoming animals before taking them into the shelter. Tux was chosen to be put through the demonstration for the Board. He was so well behaved that everyone loved him! I don’t know who adopted him, but perhaps the couple that did choose Tuxedo was able to see what a great dog he really is.
I just wrote out his life story and sent it on to the director; he said the new family would be happy to know Tux’s history.
He was loved and now has a new home to be loved on some more!
Gratitude: readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.
We’re in a position to return the kindness of care and finding Tux a home that Woods Humane Society showed him. We are expressing our gratitude through a financial donation. If you have a local Humane Society or Animal Rescue consider giving them a donation either this month or next; it’s the end of the tax year and 501c3 organizations love to receive donations any time but in this season of giving remember those who need extra care…