Author: A.A.R.F. Volunteer

Happy Tails For Cadbury

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 05/31/2022
Pet’s AARF Name: Cadbury
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Cooper Lee
How is your adopted pet doing? Cooper Lee has adjusted amazingly well. He is having the time of his life with his big/little brother, Alistair. He gets lots of exercise playing and running in the backyard and we are currently training him. He is an absolute joy to have in this family and we are so thankful that we were chosen to adopt him.

Happy Tails For Emma

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May 2022
Pet’s AARF Name: Emma
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Oreo
How is your adopted pet doing? Oreo has been a great addition to our family! One of our beloved kitties passed at just 2 years old for unknown reasons. My daughter was heartbroken and took the loss hard as he was her special kitty. I wasn't actively searching for a cat, but when I walked into Petco on a Saturday in May and saw her, I just knew she had to come home with us. We have 3 german shepherds, so she's still adjusting to their craziness but she sleeps with my daughter every night. She's a very sweet and talkative girl. (She will let you know when it's time to eat..until you feed her!)

Happy Tails For Kuro

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May
Pet’s AARF Name: Kuro
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Pete
How is your adopted pet doing? Pete is the most loving cat we could ask for! He gets along well with our dogs and is always very jealous for any affection shown to anyone but him. He’s eating well and completely potty-trained. We take him outside with us from time to time when we’re gardening and he enjoys the little bit of outside time he gets. He’s also very playful. You can tell he’s still got plenty of kitten in him. From randomly running and jumping around for absolutely no reason, to chasing around the different little string toys or even a laser pointer sometimes, he’s always having a good time.

Happy Tails For Grant

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May
Pet’s AARF Name: Grant
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Buddy
How is your adopted pet doing? We were so blessed by adopting this amazing cat, formally named Grant. His new adoptive name, Buddy, is so fitting and appropriate. He loves and adores everything and everyone. He knows no enemies. We all could learn a lesson from this majestic animal.

Buddy was our 2nd adoption from AARF. Our first was a callico, named Lee Lee. She is our little monkey and comedian. She is the sweetest and loving cat. AARF has enriched our lives beyond measure. There is nothing more powerful than unconditional love. Truly thankful.

Happy Tails For Brodi

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May 2022
Pet’s AARF Name: Brodi
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Brodi
How is your adopted pet doing? Brodi is living his very best life. He has adjusted to our family (and our older dog Lucy). In fact, he has us all wrapped around his little paw. He is full of personality and bringing us all so much joy. We hope that we are giving him the same amount of joy.

Happy Tails For Bugsy

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 6/10/22
Pet’s AARF Name: Bugsy
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): I’m keeping her name but I usually call her a little bit
How is your adopted pet doing? As soon as she saw me when I got to the Foster’s home she ran up to me and I picked her up and she laid her head on my shoulder. When I got her home my cats were curious about her. She didn’t want them too close but she has fit in like she has always lived here. She follows me everywhere and I always have to be within her sight. Even when I was taking a shower she was standing there at the bathroom door waiting for me! She is a cuddle bug, she hogged the bed last night, curled right up against me, lol… My dad came over today and she ran right up to him and got on his lap. She’s an absolute sweetheart!! Thank you for caring for her and bringing her into my life.

Happy Tails For Honey

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 5/8/22
Pet’s AARF Name: Honey
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Lucy Goosey
How is your adopted pet doing? Lucy has immediately fit into our family and has melted our hearts. She and Murphy (also from AARF) have become fast friends and get along great together. She also loves our 2 cats! there have been no accidents, but she does love shoes — especially spongey ones. We can’t imagine her not being in our lives. She has found her forever home.

Happy Tails For Alberti

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: April 28, 2022
Pet’s AARF Name: Alberti
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Alberti Kingsley mutz
How is your adopted pet doing? He has adapted so well. He’s never alone because I work night shift and my family works days; so we alternate being at home. He’s adjusted very well to the cuddles and love he gets.
He loves going on adventures to state parks. He runs the trails while I try to keep up. We’ve had one play date with his kitten friend, Motley. And another play date with his two other kitten friends. He has a window seat that he loves to sleep and sunbathe in and a tower he does parkour on.
He has become such a big boy since we got him. He is 3 months old and will be 4 months June 17th!
He runs around the house and puts a smile on everyone’s face, because he’s very entertaining and full of personality. I recently learned he loves to watch the Simpsons and American dad before bed. Thank you all so much for our little blessing . He has become another family member in this household .

Happy Tails For Levi

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: April 23, 2022
Pet’s AARF Name: Levi
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Arlo
How is your adopted pet doing? Arlo is a VERY spunky, rambunctious puppy. He is fitting in very well with his brother, Archer, who is also and AARF rescue from several years ago. They get along very well and their playtime is sure to bring laughs. He is loved by all.

Happy Tails For Liam

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: April 24th
Pet’s AARF Name: Liam
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Jebediah (Jebi)
How is your adopted pet doing? He is doing really well. He is almost house broken. He tells us when he needs to go out most times, crate training is going well. He knows to hop in when it’s time to eat. He’s had one vet visit already for rabies shot. He goes back this Friday for his last set of puppy shots.

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