We hear this question often, "I don't know how you foster and let them go, I could never let them get adopted". Fostering is hard on the heart, but read this happily ever after and you will see the reason we can let them go. Scout's story is sad. She was being abused and a nice family removed her from the situation, but their home was not ideal and she was not doing well there. Scout came to our program and not long after, hit the adoption lottery!
From Scout's New Mom & Dad
It has almost been 1 year since we adopted our wonderful dog, Scout, from CDC. I just wanted to tell you how in love we are with her and how she has filled our lives with so much joy. She is doing really well in our home and loves to cuddle and go for walks. She is the sweetest dog, especially with our little neighbors, but packs a ferocious bark, which makes her a very talented guard dog:) I recently started working from home and think I would go crazy without her here to run around with all day. I have included some pictures so that you can see how she has changed our lives for the better! Thank you guys for all you do to save dogs! We feel truly blessed to call her "ours" !
Love, Matt, Devin, and Scout
More info on fostering athttp://www.ColumbusDogConnection.com/fostering.html