Last week in “Days of Our Nine Lives,” ARF cats imagined life in a forever home.
Thomas: Who’s gonna be the office cat?
Mr. Gray: What do you mean? Paddy has kind of filled the position since he got here.
Thomas: But he got adopted on Sunday!
George: I knew it! I knew he would. Good for him.
Bear: And how is Tommy the dog doing in his trial adoption?
Thomas: I’ve heard it’s pretty much a done deal. He is doing very well.
Zeus: So, no dogs now?
Sadie: Well, I heard that there is one, although she won’t be ready for adoption for about a month. Her name is Nala.
Heavenly Whiskers: I know that she had surgery on Monday to reset a broken rear leg.
Sadie: That’s true. Nala was found on Highway 74. No one claimed her. It’s very sad, although she is with a very good foster, one who will care for her while she recuperates.
George: What kind of dog is she? What’s her story?
Sadie: She is a German shepherd, about 7 years old. I’ve heard she is very mellow and affectionate.
Mr. Gray: She has one ear up, the other down! How cute is that?
Sadie: She also is very, very good with dogs of all sizes.
George: So what kind of family will she be good with, once she is 100 percent?
Sadie: She will be good with just about any family as she is so easy-going. If her foster didn’t already have her dogs, she would love to keep her. Thankfully, she has agreed to nurse her back to health after this surgery.
George: Do you think she was abandoned? Hit by a car?
Sadie: We don’t know, George, and right now, I guess that doesn’t matter. She is in good hands with ARF.
Be sure to keep up with the animal antics of “Days of Our Nine Lives” each week. And please stop in to say hello to the entire adoptable cast at the ARF House, 26890 Hwy. 243 on Saturdays 10-4 and Sundays 10-2, or by appointment M-F by calling 951-659-1122.
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