Yeah, so I was picking up that one puppy yesterday and got a call that she couldn’t be found. I was so devastated. The thought of a blind and possibly deaf little 6 or 7 week old puppy, outside roaming who knows where? I was just sick over it. I had never even met this little girl and I cried for her.  And then Snow tried to smother me. That’s another story.

Anyway, a few hours later I got a call that she was found and safe. That was the good news.

The bad news. There were two more puppies.

I’m a volunteer for my rescue so I am in no position to make decisions on who we can take in. I didn’t know what, if any, foster space was available.

However, my immediate thought was the Ohana Rule! Of course we would take them.  I quickly texted the Director and before I could finish she said yes.

You see, Ohana means family. And we don’t leave family behind. Even when family is a funny looking aussie.


So we have three puppies for just a day or two. Then the two black tri babies will be off to one foster home and we will foster the little double merle baby. She’s just a wee 2.5 lbs right now and has lived a life that is not acceptable for the princess that she is. That changes today.

Welcome to your new life babies!