By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator
Petite Gemma, a 1-year-old sable collie/aussie mix, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Her tall collie dad’s genes were dominant, but her more petite frame and slight merling comes from her blue merle aussie mom. Gemma is a lovely active young girl, still in the puppy stage of her life. Unfortunately for her, changing work schedules and the demands of a very young family meant that she was not getting the people time she needed and her family decided to surrender her to MWCR so she could find a home that fit her needs. This gem just needs some of her rough edges smoothed out and her new mom and dad are excited to help her reach her full potential.
Bodacious Bruno, a 4-year-old sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Bruno was re-homed due to some difficulties within the family but his journey to a new home wasn’t a long one. His foster mom and collie brother knew pretty quickly that Bruno was meant to be a permanent part of their lives and have now made him an official member of the family. Nice work, Bruno!
Twister, a 5.5-year-old sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Since he was a few weeks old this sweet boy has lived in one loving home, with several other collies including his sister, Arrow. Unfortunately the hardest of life’s knocks have torn their home apart and his loving Mom asked MWCR to re-home them. Twister is a clever, sweet-natured and mellow boy who will make a wonderful addition to his new home. I’m sure this big boy will twist them around his little white paw in no time.
Handsome Stormy, a 1.5-year-old sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Stormy is a very sweet, gentle boy who is a bit uncertain of new things at first but quickly warms up and takes them in stride once he realizes there’s nothing to be afraid of. His new mom and dad are happy to help him with that and his new collie brother is already making him feel comfortable – the cat is reserving judgement.
Big boy Badger, a 1-year-old blue merle, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. This sweet boy is smart and loving, so he is quickly picking up on how to behave like the good boy we know he is, although he remains convinced that he is a lapdog . He is sure to get lots of love, attention and snuggles in his new home and he was appropriately respectful of his new kitty sibling.