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Lizzy Goes home......lots of new pictures!!
For those who remember Lizzy when she first came to
PMR, she was a very scared little girl who would try
to run away to hide from everyone and everything.
Today (Friday), little Lizzy traveled with foster mom
and foster dad to a big airport where there was a lot
of confusion, noise, and activity--and she handled the
experience like a little trooper!
At the airport we met Donna, Lizzy's new forever mom!
After we had visited for a few minutes, I handed Lizzy
to Donna. Lizzy immediately liked her, and quickly
became very comfortable and content in her arms. We
had time to visit together in the airport, and we
talked a lot about Lizzy. Passer-bys would smile at
Lizzy, all dressed up in her little green & white
dress, and one lady even came over to meet her. (Lizzy
gently sniffed her hand and accepted a gentle little
pet.) At the end of the visit, Lizzy got a pet from
foster dad, then kissed my hand(foster mom's)and
looked into my eyes, and then turned and kissed her
new forever mama's hand too. It was then that I knew
that Lizzy had already accepted her new mom!
Lizzy then left with her forever mom to go through
security and board their plane. In just a couple of
hours air ride, and a couple of hours of car travel,
Lizzy would see her new home, meet all of her fur
sister siblings, and be reunited with her last very
own baby that her forever mama had also previously
adopted. Lizzy would also find herself living in a
much warmer climate than it is in Michigan, and I know
she will also really enjoy that!
Here is a picture of Lizzy and her forever mama, Donna
Donna, our sincerest wishes for a long and wonderful
life with little Lizzy. She is a very special little
girl who will give you a lifetime of unconditional
PMR Foster mom of Lacey [and formerly, little PMR
Excerpt from letter from "Lizzy" to her PAL:
Foster mom took my PAL payment you sent and bought me a few treats to take
with me on the plane and to my forever home. She's also ordering me a 'one
of a kind' little chi designer dress to wear the day that I meet my forever
mom that one of her friends makes.
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I'm going to be so pretty that day!! And she got me a
brand new blanket and a new toy too! The things she got me before, she will
put in a box and mail to me at my new forever home. Ya see, we're flying
home (in the cabin of the plane), and "mom' can only have one carry on
bag---and that's ME!!!!
I want to thank you so very much, Aunt Karen, for caring about me, and for
all you've done to help me. You have meant a lot to me. Foster mom will try
to get a good picture the day I meet my forever mom. She'll post it on the
lists. She said that she's going to be very, very sad for a while after I
leave, but I told her that "It's okay--she's taught me how to be more like a
real little dog, and after I'm adjusted to my new home and mom, she's going
to be so very proud of me!" To that, foster mom told me she's proud of me
all the time...but she won't be so sad anymore when I am settled in and
happy in my new life! She loves me very much, and I know that she will never
I've come a long way from the little dog that only wanted to hide in a
corner and never be touched. I've made it, Aunt Karen---and now someone
wants me forever, and it all seems just like a fairy tale ending! I never
even dreamed that I---Lizzy---would ever be so lucky!
Don't be sad about me leaving, Aunt Karen. I'm going to be fine for the rest
of my life! But there are other little mill survivors that haven't learned
how to be happy little dogs yet, and some aren't well yet either. They need
someone like you to care about them too. Maybe you could become a PAL for
another little PMR dog?
I love you, Aunt Karen. Please never forget me. And thank you so much for
caring about me! Soon I'll be in my forever home with my very own mom, my
own baby, and all of my sisters. And I'm going to be loved forever!!!
Much Love and Thanks,
PMR Lizzy re-united with her daughter...
Remember her ?