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   Name: PEPPER now ELLIE
   Breed: Border Collie Mix
   Adopted: 6/2018
PEPPER now ELLIEDear Milo,

We adopted "Pepper" from your Richmond facility in late June.

We’d like to give an update on our adoption. As you can see from the photos, she is enjoying life!

When we entered your facility to meet Pepper, one of your wonderful volunteers seemed to have worked with Pepper and really hoped we could adopt. I did not get the volunteer's name, but would love her to know that Pepper (now Ellie) is doing very well in her new home.

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   Name: RANDAL
   Breed: Australian Shepherd - Border Collie Mix
   Adopted: 4/2018
RANDALHi to all the wonderful people at the Milo Foundation,

All is well and Randal is settling in well. We are working on his issues and fears.

We have found he is leery of most men so we take time introducing him on his terms. He shows signs of abuse which tells me why he has been placed in different homes over his short life.

Sudden and loud noises are disturbing to him. He would gobble his meals as if the last meal he would receive and now eats at a comfortable pace. He stays close to me at all times. We take baby steps with him, not to much at one time.

He is very loving, knows when its time to go to bed and snores a bit. He loves to run around the property when encouraged but is happiest in the house having his belly and under his chin rubbed. He loves the water so bathing is no problem, just turn on the hose and he will be wet in no time, apply/rub in shampoo and ready for rinse and play.

I cannot tell you how lucky for Jim and I and especially Randal that we found each other. We love that we can make a positive life for him. As mentioned, baby steps, baby steps. He has already made positive changes in the short time with us.

Thank you all again

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   Name: RAMA now ARLO
   Adopted: 8/2018

I adopted Rama the black kitten on Monday and just wanted to check in and let you know that things are going so great! We are so in love with him.

The introduction between him (we renamed him Arlo) and our dog Ophelia went so well. We started off pretty slowly and let them meet through a door, then gradually let them see, then sniff each other, and then check each other out on the ground. (We held Ophie’s collar.)

It turns out they share a love of freeze dried chicken, tuna flakes, and napping in donut beds. By the next morning they were taking naps together and had a good (supervised) play session at night. Our dog seems about 5 years younger, she is so happy. Ophelia is especially happy with the cat massages and follows him around showing him her back.

At this point they nap together in the same bed at least 6 hours a day and have a few very sweet play sessions. They like slow motion chase and tagging each other back and forth. It is really funny to watch.

Our daughter is super good with him. They play and cuddle and are so sweet together. He has fit so well into our family. We feel very, very lucky!

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   Name: CORAL now CHLOE
   Breed: Spaniel Mix
   Adopted: 3/2018
HAMSTER LITTERChloe is having a wonderful life with her little sister Sammi and her human family!

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   Name: SNOOKI now SAMMI
   Breed: Jack Russell Terrier - Chihuahua Mix
   Adopted: 5/2018
SNOOKI now SAMMISammi is having a wonderful life with her big sister Chloe and her human family!

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   Name: J.COLE
   Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier - Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix
   Adopted: 8/2018

J. Cole is doing great. He’s easily acclimated to his new home.

He is so super happy and is getting along with his furry siblings and they have welcomed him to the family.  

He is enjoying our fenced in backyard and lounging by the pool. He has been eating, drinking and going to the bathroom fine. We got him a bunch of new toys that he loves. He seems to be loving life. 

He’s definitely a big mush and love bug. We are so happy we found him...  

Thank you!!!

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