AJ and Oscar are doing well! They have adjusted to their new home. I have re-named them Bean (Oscar) and Sprouts (AJ). They have switched personalities since moving in. Bean was a bit shy/hid on top of my microwave for a bit. And Sprouts has been by my side ever since we came home. They have both acclimated well and are so lovable, I am blessed to have found these two boys.
We just wanted to update you on our doggie. We adopted waffles (Lil’ Man) in February of 2018. He was shy and skinny. But now he loves to chase squirrels and bunnies, to look out the front window and bark, play with his family and be outside on a walk. He is snuggly and loves his butt scratched. He still has issues with his dishes, for some reason they scare him. He manages to get enough food and water, though, so no worries. We love him and are so happy he’s part of our family.
There was a certain way that Carl looked at us when we visited the Hinsdale Humane Society in search of a new furry pet. Now fondly referred to as "The Carl Lean..." (he sort of leans to one side while sitting and looking at you), we still see that look on a regular basis. When we brought him home, he spent a few days "scouting around." The name "Scout" came to mind and stuck. His kind, energetic, very chatty and quirky personality keeps our home warm and loving. We're so glad he chose us and are blessed to be the ones to provide Scout with his forever home.
We adopted one of Jessie’s 10 puppies in October 2017. We knew she was a hound mix and fell in love with the little white spot on her nose and sweet demeanor. We later did a DNA test, and found out she’s mostly Beagle, part Coonhound, and part Huskey. Simone loves visiting Mayslake dog park, and we recently met her brother there! Our dogs looked so much alike, and it turned out to be another pup from the same litter. Simone keeps us busy—she’s chewed up everything from eyeglasses to shoes—but brings us lots of joy and laughter.
We adopted Winston (formerly Toby) in August 2018. He is a ten-year-old chihuahua mix that has perfectly blended into our family. He loves his cat siblings as well as his human companions. Senior adoptions are wonderful; seniors are so loving, docile, and never take anything for granted. Please don’t overlook seniors in your adoption search, as they have so much to offer and so much love to give!
We adopted Reggie (formerly Landry) in March 2018. We brought him home from HHS on antibiotics as it was thought that he had kennel cough. We took him to the vet the next day to be checked out. It was determined that he actually had pneumonia. His condition worsened and he had to be hospitalized. HHS took full responsibility for this boy and took him to their vet. Reggie spent one night in the hospital and was delivered back to us by Kym from HHS. We nursed him back to health and today have a wonderful, loving boy who wants nothing more than to please us.
We have always had pedigree dogs and now have a new love for rescues. We did a DNA test on Reggie and found that he is labrador retriever, border collie, german shepherd and plott hound. He is the best boy and we love him dearly!