CAP is able to adopt out many animals to happy forever homes. Adoptive families share their joy below with pictures and stories. Help us make this possible for all our homeless animals through a donation to CAP today!
Happy Beginnings Submissions
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Lauren writes, went with my mom one day (she wanted a new puppy after we lost our previous dog to cancer). Mom immediately found Penny, a four month old who has been a delight. I became intrigued by "Poppy" as Biscuit was then called: a lab-mix dog who had been returned by two previous owners for "over activity." When I played with Biscuit in one of the visitation rooms, I fell in love. She has been a great companion, and loves going on long walks and jogs. Biscuit gets along with children, other dogs, and cats. I am so thankful I found her! She enriches my life in so many ways.
Tom wrote, Freddie arrived as if he was born here. Super friendly, immediately adopted his older brother, our 6 yr old dachshund named Eddie (yes, they are Freddie Eddie). And he bonded with our son's new puppy too. He's the best thing that's happened to us this year. We love him and he loves us.
Sampson was called Coco Bear
Megan and Giovanni write, The first time we laid eyes on Samson we knew he was the perfect addition to our little family. Samson has been such a joy! He is such a sweetheart with a huge heart that has a lot of love to give. He loves hanging out and swimming at the dog park and playing with his companion Nala at home. We can't wait to make some more awesome memories together!
Jenny writes, She's
settled in and acts like she's been all her entire life. Our older
cat, Daisy, is adjusting well to her being here, also.
Debra writes, came in with my friend...he was looking for a puppy. We were walking through CAPS and I happened to see two finches...Romeo Juliet. I just had to have them as they were so cute. Well, is been almost two months and I am happy to say that they are parents with a nest of 5 little babies that have hatched. These little birds have brought me a lot of joy.
Mike writes. Koko is doing GREAT she is growing fast and is a
GREAT new member to our family.
Sophia writes, adopted Chalupa thinking she was a min dachshound! Not so much, she is a 37 pound pittbull dachshound something! Love this dog and she has the greatest personality. People always look at her and laugh then ask what kind of dog she is. Would love to see photos of how the rest of her litter turned out!
With captivating ice blue eyes and energetic personality Siberian Husky Shadow became an instant favorite. Through a steady transfer-to-adopt relationship with local animal control Shadow came to grace our doors, and it was love at first sight. Within days, Shadow's future adopter walked through our doors and decided they couldn't go home without taking Shadow with them.
Picture perfect Cocker Spaniel Ruby Red was able to find her forever home, thanks to a little extra fostering TLC. It is obvious to see why so many people were excited to be a part of her journey, Ruby Red is a gorgeous girl with a charming personality. Upon her arrival at CAP, Ruby Red tested heartworm positive and required close care by her foster mom for several months during heartworm treatment. Once she got the all clear for adoption, it wasn't long before Ruby Red's new family scooped her up!
Liam aka Rex
I took Liam aka Rex home in March to begin his heartworm treatment at Nottingham. When I took him home he was lethargic and hardly did anything other than sleep. When I had people over and they saw Rex and asked what was wrong with him and if he was going to make it. He had a very difficult time with his first heartworm treatment to the point where we almost lost him. He was then placed on a lengthy process where each treatment needed to be a month apart. He is now heartworm negative and has lots of energy. He loves his walks and likes to play. I fell in love with Rex and subsequently adopted him. He is happy and healthy and a very important member of our family.