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LITTLE FORGOTTEN FRIENDS RESCUE Review - Save a life - Adopt a dog
LITTLE FORGOTTEN FRIENDS RESCUE Review

LITTLE FORGOTTEN FRIENDS RESCUE Review

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Save a life - Adopt a dog


We met Maria many years ago. She was a beautiful lady with a wonderful personality and a big heart. Even back then, she was helping find homes for dogs and taking in dogs people could not care for. Okay, now flash forward to the present, we found her on Facebook as someone else’s friend. She was telling us about the new miniature horses she was getting. Finally she put up pictures of the adorable equines. I poked around the LFFRescue site and found “Barney”. Barney is a Maltese/Bishon Frise mix.

We have a 15 year old Maltese and we have always loved her personality. I always told Vanda, I wanted to wait a couple of years after she passed before we should get another pet, then I showed her Barney and told her “No Way”.

I couldn’t stop thinking about him. Somehow, I kept thinking how happy he was going to make our home. When I got home from work, Vanda told me, “I want Barney”, “Me, too.”

Maria’s rescues go fast, so if you see one you like, make your move, Fast! We wrote Maria wishfully. And we were so happy when she gave us the GOOD NEWS, Barney was going to come live with us.

When we went to the rescue, we expected to see lots of sad puppies waiting to be adopted. What we saw was a giant cloud of love and joy as one of the caregivers opened the pen and all the little doggies stampeded into the enclosed pen. They were all so happy romping, playing and enjoying their surroundings. And as a single team intent on a single task they chased the miniature horses like a micro rodeo intermission show. Every one of the little dogs got along with each other, I could swear they were laughing and giggling. I almost felt bad knowing that I was taking one away from his friends, but we were there on a mission. We saw Barney; he was in the center of the ruckus unaware of the change he was going to experience.

Well now it’s been a month, Sage has warmed up to us and walks confidently around the neighborhood. He has been well behaved (no accidents in the house, ever), gets along with our senior Maltese lady, tries to include our cat in his games and tries to please our every demand. He sleeps in the bedroom with us in a crate and has not complained after his first night. He is growing up into a good dog, companion and best friend.

I just want to say, we are so grateful to the forces that connected us with Maria after so many years apart. We are so grateful for the fantastic work Maria has done with her cause. And we are so grateful that she found, cared for and let us adopt our little dog. We are going to give this dog a good home, lots of love and a happy life. I hope every dog at Little Forgotten Friends Rescue find a loving home, they all deserve one.

Little Forgotten Friends is wonderful and their rescue facilities are top notch. Most important is the LOVE that explodes out of that place. Every animal is well cared for, every animal is well fed, and every single animal is well loved. They all seem to have a genuine happiness.

Their volunteers were so good. They constantly clean-up after the animals. They constantly show affection, picking up a dog petting them and talking kindly to them. During feeding time they kept a sharp eye making sure everyone got their fair share. During medication time, they gave the sick dogs their medicine in an unhurried and patient manner, speaking in loving tones. I'm sure they have their favorites but they did not let the animals know. Your crew gave love evenly and generously.

Save a life - Adopt a dog from Little Forgotten Friends Rescue and Hospice!


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