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During the last couple of months, we received many wonderful updates from some of our PAWS adopters. Many of our volunteers, staff, and foster parents have experienced the joy of getting to know many of these animals. We love hearing how our beloved PAWS alumni companions are doing in their forever homes and we thank you for keeping in touch!  Here are a few of the recent stories we’ve received.


Sophie – A 1-year-old Pit Bull mix adopted 3/28/10

Thanks for calling and checking on Sophie. She is so sweet, we love her. She is doing well with her new home and puppy training classes. She’s even met some friends at doggy day care which she will be going to 1 day a week.
Here she is with our 17-year-old cat. She loves him...he tolerates her!!

 Sophie Sophie 2



Paulina – A 6-year-old cat adopted 4/03/10, who had been at the shelter since January.

Our family adopted Paulina on April 3 and we wanted to send an update. We renamed her Bella, because she is a pretty princess (the name has nothing to do with the Twilight series, I assure you!). The first few days with us, she was shy, and hid beneath our blankets at the end of the bed. Now, after three and a half weeks, she is "at home." She still won’t explore the rest of our 3000sq. ft. home and stays mainly upstairs, but, as I sit here writing this, she is running around, chasing a noisy toy ball! Who thought she was playful? She absolutely LOVES chasing and attacking things! It's adorable. Bella and my 10-year-old son are buddies and she loves his gentle nature. She is perfectly healthy, happy and we're in love with her.

Raina, Jeff and Aidan
Paulina Paulina 2  




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