This blog will chronicle my adventures as a Foster Mom for the Central Florida Pug Rescue. As a pug foster parent, my job involves caring for surrendered pugs until they are adopted by their forever family. If you are interested in adopting a pug, click the link to the right and visit the CFPR website.
Pugs and Kisses,

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Rainey and Pia Update!

I spoke with the vet office and Rainey is making great progress! Her eye is really responding the the serum and she's free of fleas and smelling like a rose! She snuggles in her cage with the stuffed pug I bought her and seems to be comfortable. Apparently, though, another pug has moved into the cage next to her, and the two of them have been carrying on quite the loud "conversation." Hopefully, once she's in her foster home, her barking will not be a problem.

Pia continues to do so well. She is one of the happiest pugs I have ever met! She "talks" too, which is too adorable! She's be one of those pugs who could be taught to say "I love you!" She looks at you with a little piece of her tongue hanging out the side of her mouth and you just want to squeeze her until she squeaks.

Pia will be getting her dental done soon and then she'll be ready to go to a forever family. Please don't be intimidated by the fact that she's on medications. Once you get in a routine, it's an easy process. Pia takes her meds with ABSOLUTELY NO TROUBLE which totally blows my mind because every other pet that I've tried to give a pill to has always put up a fight. Not Pia, though. She's a trooper!

I'm hoping to get some new pics of Pia doing some of her cute stuff, like hiding under the bed covers and snuggling with Nora on the couch.

Pugs and Kisses,
Leslie, Nora, Pia, and Rainey

1 comment:

Melissa said...

Great news! Looking forward to the new photos!

Many Blessings,