PJ called me today, saying that she wished we could take Bomber off of the streets, just for a couple of days, while the cold passes. My husband is out of town, and I thought, well, I could have him for a couple of days. My second thought was, there is no way I will be able to put Bomber back on the streets once he gets to live in the lap of luxury. So, I set out on a mission to find Bomber a foster home. The response was amazing. The people that we work with are so supportive and wonderful people with the biggest hearts. Bomber now has a foster home, with Dog-Gone Fur Babyz, and will no longer have to suffer as he has suffered for his entire life.
As you can see in the background of all of Bomber’s photos is a black dog. I do believe that this is Bomber’s lady. She has had so many litters just in the two and a half years I have worked with Gateway. I am sure most of those are Bomber’s pups. I think Bomber protects her. Although, she will be happy to not have to have Bomber’s pups anymore, I think she will miss the protection and friendship Bomber has provided. The problem is that she will not come near us. We will have to trap her to catch her. In order to do that, we will have to have a foster home lined up for her. I am worried about her being out on the streets without Bomber. Hopefully we will find someone willing to take her. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for someone who would be willing to foster a pretty black dog. She would love to never have anymore litters of pups again.
Thank you to those who donated to Martin’s fund. I am always amazed at the people who step up to the plate when we need them. Martin is doing well, and has really taken to his new cyclopse look. The vet says that he is just the sweetest dog and they would be happy to have him there as long as he needed to stay. David Carlyon is going to be his foster. We will be getting some fabulous pictures of Martin to show off from David soon, I am sure.