Author: A.A.R.F. Volunteer

Happy Tails For Pikachu

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/29/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Pikachu
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Louie
How is your adopted pet doing? Louie is doing great! He absolutely loves playing with all his toys and doggy siblings. He has learned fetch and we are working on sitting. He has been a wonderful addition to our family!

Happy Tails For Huckleberry

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Sept 25, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Huckleberry
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Fozzie
How is your adopted pet doing? Fozzie has settled in well with his new family. He loves to play with his older “sister”. She likes to wash his head and they run around the house together. Unfortunately, Fozzie is still dealing with an upper respiratory infection that he has had since the day of his adoption in spite of multiple vet appointments. He is working around this and thankfully the other cats in the house remain free of this infection. He is loved very much and we are happy to have Fozzie to share our home! He is a loving, joyful kitten.

Happy Tails For Oden

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/24/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Oden
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Bodie
How is your adopted pet doing? He’s doing great and is growing like a weed. He’s healthy, happy and very playful. He fits in very well with us.

Happy Tails For Winnie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 09/20/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Winnie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Dixie
How is your adopted pet doing? Dixie is doing great! Full of energy, but surprisingly calm mannered too. Potty training is going well, still has a few accidents but she’s learned where to go and goes on command now when told. She’s learned “go potty”, “sit” and is learning “stay”. She made herself at home within a couple days of being at our home, and has become a very loved part of the family! Our cat wasn’t happy about her the first week but they are playing together now, only when the cat says so, of course. Kids love her, especially my 8 yr old son. They go play outside together every day and wear each other out. Dixie has already been camping with us and did great. She just finished her puppy shots this week at the vet and is healthy. Very happy she became a part of out family.

Happy Tails For Maya

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 10/13/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Maya
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Maya
How is your adopted pet doing? I cannot tell you what a sweet, lovable, intelligent little girl Maya the Chihuahua is! She has brought us so much joy. From beginning with the application for adoption to the wonderful foster family when we went to meet Maya, the entire process was great and we could not be happier with our new baby. She loves her big brother, Archie the Bulldog, already. She is bounding around her new yard loving life here with us and we love every minute with her. She is my home office companion and my shadow. Thanks again for what you do helping well deserving animals find their forever homes and thank you for our precious Maya.

Happy Tails For Tinga

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: September 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Tinga
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Fiona McDonald
How is your adopted pet doing? Fiona is a wonderful addition to our family! She is so smart (already knows her name), loving, curious & very funny.
She’s bonded with me, but is also very affectionate with men too.
We are very happy with her & are glad we could include her as a member of our family.
Thank you A.A.R.F.

Happy Tails For Rye

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/4/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Rye
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Queenie
How is your adopted pet doing? She is currently queen of her castle. She has a doggie brother and they are still getting used to each other. She thinks his tail is the best toy ever. He is very protective of her but doesn’t want to let her know he likes her. She HATES the vet. When she went and was voicing her opinion, doggie brother wanted to take care of her. As soon as we got home, he let her know that his tail isn’t as awesome as she thinks it is…again. I work from home and she is convinced that if I am at my desk, I should be cuddling her. She has her days and nights mixed up but has come to accept the fact that the humans and doggie brother want to sleep when it’s dark. But when the sun comes up………..she tells us it’s time to get up and pay attention to her. She also has her own app on my iPad that lets her “catch” mice. She thinks it’s GREAT.

Happy Tails For Sadie Mae

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: September, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Sadie Mae
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Dixie, The Southern Belle
How is your adopted pet doing? She immediately was liked and accepted by my two other dogs! Took a few weeks to get her on Royal Canin dry food but eats well now. Took her to my Vet for a great checkup. Dixie is sweet, loving and very social. Sleeps with me and Twinkie every night. Caught on quickly to using the doggie door that goes out into a fenced in backyard. She is my little red head princess of the house! Thank you so much to AARF Rescue and to her fantastic foster mom, Melissa!