November Adoptions

LaylaLayla, a 2-year-old female tri-color, is the first adoption in November. She will be living in Minnesota. She was surrendered by her original family due to lack of time and attention but she will be getting plenty of both in her new home. Her new mom and dad are experienced collie owners and foster mom reports that it was love at first sight for all concerned. Although she will be an only collie for now, we’re betting it won’t be long before she gets a new brother or sister. Congratulations to all concerned!pawprint_pink

Lady

Lady, 6-7 year-old, sable/white female has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. She was originally found as a stray several years ago but was surrendered to MWCR due to a changing family situation. Her new mom has plenty of past collie experience and is very excited to welcome this sweet and beautiful ‘lady’ into their lives.pawprint_pink

Pepper1Pepper, 2-year-old sable headed white female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Pepper was surrendered when her owner realized that he was not home enough to give her the attention she needed. Her new mom is excited that she will have lots of time to dedicate to her and lots of collie experience to make sure she gets her needs met. Hopefully she’ll continue to get along with her new kitty siblings.pawprint_pink

AbbyAbby (now Gabi), 1.5-year-old sable/white female, has been adopted and will be living in Iowa. She was originally purchased as a puppy to be a companion for a disabled child but, unfortunately no one in the family had any experience with dogs and, given the demands of their family life, Abby was not getting the training or attention that she needed. Her new mom & dad have lots of love and time to give her and word is that she already thinks her new yard is awesome!pawprint_pink

Thunder is a 2-year-old old mostly black/white tricolor male and our newest foster flunky. He came into rescue from the local humane society and immediately claimed a spot in his foster family’s hearts and home. Fortunately for MWCR, we didn’t even lose a foster home because they still have room for more 🙂 It’s a win/win situation all around!pawprint_blue

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