Wednesday, January 12, 2011

She couldn't resist the power of his cuteness.

Just a quick before-work post to announce my friend Kirsten's new pup:


Adam is his name right now, though she may plan to change it when he gets home today. He was on my former city's shelter euthanization list this week. Joe, the amazing and dedicated animal services staff member who works his tail off to try to get animals placed rather than euthanized, added a personal note about Adam to this week's list. He makes videos of animals as he's able, and he did a lovely one of Adam set to James Taylor's "You've Got a Friend." I posted it on that ubiquitous social networking site that has had the annoying effect of decreasing blogging, and three friends shared it.

One of those friends was Kirsten. And even though she already had two dogs, she didn't wait for someone else to go adopt Adam. So now, instead of losing his life today, Adam is only losing his junk (which I'm pretty sure he won't miss), and Kirsten can pick him up at the vet after 4:00.

I knew there was a reason I never told Joe to take me off his email list after I moved.

11 comments:

Terri said...

awesome!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

ooohhhh those eyes!

RevAnne said...

I will say that the WonderMutt, who lost his junk somewhere between age 2 & 4 (we'll never know how old he is...), missed his for a couple of years. He used to turn and look at his backside, and then turn those big brown bug-eyes on us.
But he did get over it. And he can be a bit of a diva. :)
Best wishes to Adam and his new forever home!

DogBlogger said...

Angus never missed his junk. He was almost exactly a year old when we dognapped him and had it done.

And, I don't know how much longer it will be active, but here's the video that made the difference. The song selection pushed Kirsten over the edge. :-)

zorra said...

I just love it.

Rev SS said...

I love it too. yay Kirsten! yay Adam!

Kirsten said...

Sweet Boy, no longer known as Adam, is now dozing comfortably near my office. Happy, good dogs. I've posted his story on the blog. Thank you, Amy, for my new boy.

revkjarla said...

what a sweetie face!

Michelle said...

Aw, Maddie loves him.

Sue said...

Aw, what a cutie-pie!!!!

Cherrie said...

Fairy Dogmother, you've done it again! ;)