Rhett has a wonderful, cozy foster home to call his very own. He is a great companion and despite having to have his sugar levels monitored regularly and receiving insulin twice daily, he is a happy feline who is quite playful. Over the years Rhett has grow accustomed to his daily medical care and doesn’t seem to put up a fuss. Rhett was formerly a part of the Sponsor Program and because his condition will require lifelong care and monitoring, Rhett was reintroduced into the program to ensure that he’ll receive medical care and support for his condition for the rest of his life! We are so thankful to all of his past and current Sponsors for their dedication which allows us to shower Rhett with the love he deserves.
Archive for March, 2009
Rockstar is enjoying his new home and his adoptive family has fallen in love with him. They report that he is truly a rockstar of a dog: sweet disposition, well behaved, house trained, knows a lot of commands and is very attentive. His only bad habits are occasional barking in the backyard at the neighbor’s dog and chewing the occasional pair of shoes. He sleeps in the master bedroom on his very own rug and he’s a great guard-dog – he wakes up and barks whenever an odd noise comes near the house. His new family spends a lot of time with Rockstar in the house, on the floor of the living room and walking around the neighborhood. He has the run of the backyard and is very happy chasing a ball (or a stuffed animal) there. Rocket continues on his special diet dog food to keep him as healthy as possible. Rockstar is shown here ballet dancing with his new friend!