Hi! Ya know the people that are glued to the adoption cages at PetSmart? Yea, that’s me. I adore animals and all of their unconditional, loving, furriness. I currently have four furbabies of my own…Boomer, our happy-go-lucky-lick-you-to-death Chiweenie,... Poco, our I-will-paw-your-face-until-you-pet-me Chihauhua... Our chill-out-because-I’m-too-pretty-to-do-anything-else Flame-Point-Siamese, Winston, ...and our latest furbaby, Dutchess, our sweethearted tortie ...Our only girl. All of our furbabies are rescues. If I had it my way, I would have more, but one, I can’t afford to feed more AND my hubby and son who already eat me out of house and home,... and two, my hubby may leave me if I adopt more! My solution? Love on other people’s babies!
I work in real estate in DTC, so I am out of the house during the week, minus Monday and Wednesday when I work from home. Our furbabies roam the house as they please. They are let out twice in the morning and several times at night. In addition, my hubby works as an Independent Contractor and stops in at least once during the day, usually around lunch time, to let the pups outside and hang for a while. We have a fenced in yard…6 foot privacy fence on one side and split rail on the other two. The split rail is covered in chicken wire, so our lil guys cannot get out. The gate is locked at all times as well. Our home sits on a green belt, so there is a walking path directly behind and across the street. We are also just blocks away from a dog park where your baby can run loose within a large, fenced in space. Our home is just minutes to DIA as well, so drop off and pick up is pretty convenient.
My hubby and I both have children from previous relationships, so there are two kiddos with us part time (12 & 9). They have both been taught how to handle and treat animals and would treat your baby with the utmost care as well.
I promise you, when your furbaby is with me, they will become MY baby too, and they will be loved on and treated just like my own. :)
Feel free to ask me anything! Thanks for taking the time to read.
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