Amy McCracken, RAL’s Executive Director, brought Jolie home with her for a sleepover. Amy’s Facebook friends were treated to a blow-by-blow of Jolie’s adventures outside of the shelter
Me? Really? You are taking me out of the shelter tonight?
Yes, Jolie, we are busting out.
Where are we going?
Over to Buddy’s to meet Olive.
Holy crap I love my life right now. Ruff, ruff.
Having a great day over here! Things I never knew I loved:
1) Apartment Living
3) Amy McCracken
Sad Jolie vs Check Out These Digs, Man
Amy says, “I can’t believe she’s so happy after being out of the shelter for only 2 1/2 hours. She’s like a different dog. And in 10 minutes, with cheese, I taught her to sit. I might like her a little.”
“She thinks the orchid is total cover for her sudden leap onto the couch.”
Man, don’t get me wrong. That concrete kennel at RAL is awesome, but I am really digging this microfiber crap. Good night, everyone.
“Fifteen hours with me and she’s already addicted to facebook.”
“Heading back to the shelter after big adventures in cheese and love. Visit your local shelter and see if you can give a cat or dog a break. Even for one night. They will love you forever.”
Jolie’s response to, “Come on girl, time to go.” It’s the Potted Camellia Hideout Trick we worked on this morning.
This morning, 2 applications were waiting on the fax machine for Jolie. If you ever thought you had to adopt, or donate, or volunteer hours of your time to make a difference, please know that the animals awaiting homes are grateful for anything resembling love and affection. An overnight stay, a lunch-break walk, a jar of donated peanut butter - it all makes a difference.