October Adoptions

Rusty001Ricky (FKA Rusty), 1.5 year-old sable/white male came into rescue as a stray who turned up on a farm during calving season. Not only is he a foster flunky, he is probably our first ‘transport flunky’ since it was love at first sight for all concerned – which is pretty impressive considering how he smelled! Attached is his ‘before’ pic which shows his unusual head stripe (badger or skunk? – you decide).


StewieStewie, a 1.5 year old tri-factored sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Stewie was surrendered to MWCR because his family is moving out of the country. Happily for him his new home has two boys for him to play with – and even better, it doesn’t have any cats because kitties scare him :-).
HannahHannah, a sable/white 5-year-old female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Hannah came into rescue as an owner surrender. Although she was very loved, her family developed health issues that kept them from giving her the care she needed. Her new home has a large fenced yard for her to burn off energy and rumor has it there are a couple of border collie neighbors that are excited to meet their new playmate.
PatchesPatches, a 1-year-old sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Illinois. Patches was surrendered when he jumped the fence and started roaming the neighborhood trying to herd joggers and bicyclists. His new family will make sure he doesn’t get the chance to do that again and his collie-savvy kitty siblings will do their best to keep him in line 🙂

AryeRiverRaineArye, a 3-year-old sable headed white male, was originally adopted from MWCR by a loving family when he was six months old, but due to family health issues and time demands, they were forced to make the hard decision to give him up. It is obvious that he has been well cared for and much loved, which will continue in his new home. His new mom will be home with him most of the time and his new dad can’t wait to have a walking companion. Lucky boy to have been loved by so many!

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