Oct 5, 2007

Stoney aka Coco aka ??

"What's your name now?", I wonder. Have they discovered your vast repertoire of ball talents? Even if they haven't found them all yet, I'm sure they will grow to love you as much as we did/do. A cheerful lass by nature, affectionate, graceful as a gazelle, and so much fun to play with, I was happy as I've ever been when the San Francisco SPCA took a good look at you and placed you in Maddie's Pet Adoption Center. A subsequent visit revealed that you were a staff favorite over there too, and then the next time I came to visit, you were gone. Some lucky person wanted you to share their home and baby, you made it. Bless us, you made it. You go, big lovely girl. Have a great life with your new family.


Judi said...

Yay Stoney!! What a great dog, not to mention a superb athlete. She deserves only the best! I bet she's catching a ball right NOW!

Kair said...

Hi there,
So Stoney is now Cali. We brought her home about two weeks ago and love her to pieces! I just wanted to say thank you to Corrine for talking me today about Cali and I hope to be in touch to learn more about her special ball talents. Thank you for taking such good care of her while she was with you!

Anonymous said...

My name is Zoe (aka Maddie), I was also adopted from Maddies along with with my sister Lucy Loo. (aka Lottie) We're looking forwared to meeting Cali (our parents are friends) and I can't wait to chase down some squeaky balls with her.
Woofs and licks,
Zo Bo Boggle Dog. xxxxx

Corinne said...

Thanks for writing, Kair. I'm looking forward to seeing Cali again, no longer an AKA. Give her a big kiss for me and I'm sure she'll give you a big, sloppy, wet one right back.

Corinne said...

We went down on Saturday to meet with Cali and her new guardians, Kair and Lynn. They are fantastically devoted to her and her well-being and Cali obviously returns the sentiment. They have almost completed the basic training class at SF/SPCA and told us that Cali pretty much already knows all that she's supposed to be learning in class. Smart girl - didn't forget a thing that we taught you. Mark turned to me as we were watching her and said," makes it all worth it, doesn't it", and yes, it does. It sure does.