June was our second foster. She is a bulldog through and through, stubborn with a mind of her own, and does what she wants with attitude. Although she is believed to be 13, you would never know it. She came into Homeward Bound Rescue with her two Coonhound sisters, Lily and Delcie (who have JUST been adopted!), and a cat after their previous family’s house burned down.
June spent almost nine months in the kennel before she found our foster home. She became somewhat of a mascot with the rescue group. It was almost another five months before we decided that there was no way we could let her go. She would gruntingly go to all the events I dragged her to being cute and winning everyone’s heart. But being the old gal she was, she continued to stick around.
Dog Fostering Has Its Rewards
We loved June from day one and knew that we were going to
“fail at” ”graduate from” being fosters, but were hesitant because our dog count would go to three and we thought adding another foster would be too much and wanted to still help others. But there came a point where we just couldn’t see our lives without her. Not a day goes by that she doesn’t do something that makes us laugh.
We love you Juneybear, thank you for coming into our lives!
- Contributed by Sara and Ian Lawson