Freckles was a beautiful Border Collie and American Eskimo mix. A happy, loving, gifted, and loyal girl who was the delight to all who knew her. She never grew tired of her tennis ball, loved her orange stuffed kitty, and was quick to greet all new friends. The wind in her face either from the car or boat was such a thrill. Precious Freckles, forever remembered.
Freckles died New Year’s Day. Two weeks later, I couldn’t stand how much I missed her. I began searching online for a new Baby Girl to come home to.
When I adopted Pebbles, she was sweet, calm and quick to learn. At just over a year old, she’s still that same pup but with a LOT of energy. I sure miss those puppy naps! Once we moved into our new home with a big yard and after snapping a scrapbook full of what I’ve come to call my “Daily Surprise” pics (piles of chewed up treasures scattered around strategically for me to easily discover), I realized she was just bored out of her mind. Even with Griffin and Rhino, it just wasn’t enough. I was sad for her, so, I set out to find the best way to help her through the day.
Enter fostering. I bring in a precious dog … or two … or three … and maybe a cat every now and again … who not only gets a second chance at life but becomes a friend of Pebbles. It was perfect … for a while.
After only a few months of fostering, we knew there was something missing still. We ached for a second pup – a permanent sister. So when Abbi came along, we knew her sweet disposition, love of children (seriously – I think she’d leave us in a heartbeat for any kiddo!), and classic beauty would fit right in … perfectly. She’s become our “mommy,” constantly caring for the fosters and making sure they are sufficiently snuggled with! Well, overly snuggled is more like it.
Now we’re all set and ready to go. It’s going to be a challenge, but we’re all excited to meet each dog (and cat) that passes through Bella Cashlin. They will be loved.
Below are those waiting for their forever homes! You can check them out individually at Frisco Humane Society. Won’t you give them a spot in your heart?