The Little Prince Razzy Comes to Kansas City
Dog rescue people will understand this.
As an animal advocate, you may encounter a whole lot of dogs – in your Facebook feed and e-mail inbox, as well as in person, at the shelter and at adoption events. They’re all cute, and they all have puppy dog eyes.
But you just really connect with some of them.
I’ve had this experience a few times.
Most recently, this happened when I met Razzy, a long-haired dachshund at the Beatrice Humane Society.
He was so affectionate, so handsome and, frankly, so spoiled that I couldn’t believe he had been in a shelter for more than a month.
Although like any dog, he has his own issues, the little prince Razzy is one of those true gems of the rescue world.
I mean, just look at him:
Those little eyes got such a hold on me that with the help of a friend and cooperation of the Beatrice Humane Society, I was able to spring Razzy from the shelter yesterday.
He’s in Kansas City, now, working on his social skills with other dogs and already wooing other people.
I’ll be sharing more as this story unfolds. For now, please welcome Razzy to his new town and wish him luck in his quest to find the perfect forever lap.
Do you have a story of being bewitched by a dog? Share it in the comments!
Posted on September 4, 2013, in Dogs, Dogtography, Fostering and tagged Beatrice Humane Society, Kansas City, long-haired dachshund, older adoptable dog, puppy love at first sight, rescue transport, shelter dog, weiner dog. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.