When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/7/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Frank
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Frank
How is your adopted pet doing? Frank is doing great. He is such a snuggle monster and loves going for walks every day. He spends his mornings playing with his new dog brother, Zappa. He also loves to give his cat brother, Thor, kisses.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Pet Smart
Pet’s AARF Name: Sycamore & Ash
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Gracie & Lulu
How is your adopted pet doing? They are growing nicely and have adjusted well, for kittens. They are like children, play time and nap time through out the course of the day. They rotate turns sitting in my lap and follow me everywhere I go. They are loving and spoiled by all the attention they get and their playroom of cat toys. They are my babies, they know their names and try to talk to me when I talk to them.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 8/2/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Mellow Yellow
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Hopper (yes, stranger things) 🙂
How is your adopted pet doing? We are so in love with our Hopper. AARF is amazing and helped us with everything from questions to support making sure he was best for our family. He is so good with the our 5 boys. We were worried about our dog, Bark Lee, that we got from AARF a few years ago but they have been doing great together. Hopper loves to cuddle in my lap everyday while I work on my computer. He has brought so much joy and even takes some stress away from work.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Waverly
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Webster
How is your adopted pet doing? Webster is a wonderful addition to our family! Our Boxer/GSP, Remi, gets along so well with him, and Webster adores her. He has so many dog like traits. He is very affectionate, follows us everywhere and waits at the door every time Remi goes out. He seemed to realize he was home from the moment he arrived. Webster is perfect!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: September 9th
Pet’s AARF Name: BooBoo
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Kona
How is your adopted pet doing? Kona is a very sweet girl who is adapting to our family very well! We are so happy to have her! I am thankful for the Adopt-a-Pet process. Working with AARF was easy. Teresa, the foster mom, answered all our questions and took such good care of BooBoo. She is bringing much joy to our family!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Abbott
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Rocky
How is your adopted pet doing? Rocky is 5 months old and is doing very well! He’s happy and healthy, and he has adjusted easily to his forever home. He’s so sweet, snuggly and wiggly. He loves everyone in the family, especially our other dog, who is 7 ½ years old. They play together for hours on end. Rocky LOVES to eat. His favorite treat is a Kong stuffed with peanut butter or cream cheese and kibble and meat bits. He is a fast learner and has adapted well to our daily routine. He loves to run to bed at night and sleep on his cushy bed. He slept through the night from day one. I suspect we owe a big thank-you to the foster mom for that! Rocky is living the good life! We’re grateful to AARF for rescuing him and allowing us to adopt him.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: About 2 weeks ago
Pet’s AARF Name: Jonah
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Murmur
How is your adopted pet doing? Murmur is doing fantastic is his new home! After learning about his heart murmur when we adopted him the name kind’ve just stuck. He fits in right with our other fur babies. Every night before bed he jumps up and sits on our chests just purring and purring while we watch TV. We love him so much!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Arnold and Clifford
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Max and Sweetie
How is your adopted pet doing? These two boys have already brought us so much joy! We’ve had them for less than a month and can’t imagine life without them. They sleep in bed with us and have become my constant sidekicks. My 5 year old son is absolutely in love and he has an extra special bond with his Max (Arnold) and Sweetie (Clifford) is my partner in crime. They are spunky and fun and very vocal and affectionate. We feel so lucky. We hit the cat jackpot with these guys. Thank you so much to AARF for rescuing these two babies, answering my million last minute questions, and to the wonderful fosters who loved them before we did. Max was really skittish when we got him, and I called his foster for some pointers and she was so gracious. We couldn’t be happier with our new babies and our experience with your rescue. We drove all the way from Nashville to Cookeville and I’m so glad we did. Thank you for everything.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August
Pet’s AARF Name: Morris
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Gordon Meowzer, Esquire
How is your adopted pet doing? Gordon is so loving! He likes to give hugs, and he loves to play. He is full of purrs. He gets entertained by a 5 year old girl, who is thrilled to have a kitten. He is an absolute pest when we are eating, sticks his bottom in my face when I’m resting, and climbs my leg for attention: 100% typical, healthy kitten! We love that crazy guy.