The following Alumni Updates come from ADOPT Pet Shelter in Naperville. Alumni updates check in on pets who were previously living at the shelter and have since been adopted.
The Purcell family adopted this little guy, Chico, in February. His mom says: "He is the best little brother to Pete (the Boston Terrier) and our daughter, Jordan. As you can see, he's pretty spoiled. And we all like it that way!!! Thanks for bringing him to our attention and for bring a terrific shelter!"
Max (Angelo) and Madison (Arabella)
Max (originally Angelo) and Madison (originally Arabella) were adopted from us more than 10 years ago from the "Amish" pup litter. This year they will be 11. Max and Madison are doing great and adjusting to their new home in Germany.
Madison is still singing and carrying around her baby blanket through the house, and Max still likes to have his teeth flossed in the morning. Their mom says, "We can't imagine life without them. Thank you A.D.O.P.T for giving us these two little blessings!"
Cooper (formerly Rusty) was adopted from us in July 2012. This photo was taken in March 2013, while Cooper was running around Knoch Knolls. His dad says, "He has been an absolutely great addition to our family and regularly gives us huge smiles. He is friendly, protective, energetic and handsome. We could ask for nothing more. Thanks for helping us find him!"
Lancelot (formerly Max) was adopted from us in early May. He is loving his new home.
Sadie was adopted from us in December of 2005 when she was 5 years old. Here is Sadie's story as told by her mom: "I had originally gone in to see a black & tan Min Pin youngster until I glanced at a cage I thought was empty, to see rustling under some blankets. Sadie appeared as if she was meant for me. We met and immediately bonded and it's been love ever since. I often tell people that it was Sadie who rescued me, and she has time and time again. Through moves, breakups, jobs, a marriage - she has been my one constant. She is irreplaceable, and I'm so grateful to you for bringing us together. As you can see, she still loves burrowing in blankets."