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   Name: KARMA now BATTY
   Breed: Siberian Husky Mix
   Adopted: 7/2017
KARMA now BATTYHi Milo staff,

We adopted little Batty (formerly Karma) in May when she was just 5 weeks old and we wanted to let you know that she is doing great. She is a sweet, playful, love bug. She and Scout (also a Milo graduate, formerly known as Andrew) are BFFs. We are grateful to have them in our family. Thank you for your great work!

The Ma/Meggyesy family

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   Name: NAPKIN
   Breed: Chihuahua - Terrier Mix
   Adopted: 4/2017

I just wanted to update you on "napkin" (now, Larry). We adopted her in April, 2017. She's been such a delight for our family & has brought such support to our son. Amd well, all of us ;) I'm including a photo.

Thank you so much for helping us to complete our family. Warm wishes,

Emily, John & Gus"

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   Name: JAZZ
   Breed: Terrier Mix
   Adopted: 9/2016
JAZZ"Hi everybody at Milo! Jazz here. Wanted to report on how I’m doing. I’m told it’s been just over eleven months (whatever that means) since my human came into Milo on September 10th last year and whisked me away to my forever home. It was hot in the picture above. I just had a bath so the triple-digit temperatures helped my scruff dry out.

It’s pretty comfortable here. I have a blue blanket and a red blanket and a yellow blanket and a purple blanket, a monkey, a fox, and a hedgehog. I have an outdoor bed in the courtyard and even another deep-dish bed on top of my outdoor bed for those cooler evenings.

I have so much free time now that I’m retired, I’ve taken up spelunking.

And of course ya gotta make room for cuddles. Oh, I remember this time — I was just about to bark at a car horn. Good times … good times.

This is my hoodie. I got it for Christmas. I have a fleece-lined one, too, but it’s a little snug and uncomfortable. I’d bring it by to give to one of my so-far-less-fortunate Milo brothers and sisters except I get nervous near the building.

This one was something about an “airport” and an “airplane” and the “east coast”? Whatever...

All I know is this other human named Grandma had a bed similar to mine in California. She was pretty cool. She told my human that if anything ever happened to him she had first dibs on me. Nope, I can’t turn off the charm.

Heading home. East coast is too cold, bad on my joints.

Best of all I get to go to the office all the time. Sometimes my human holds me like a baby, sacrificing more of my dognity.

There are lots of great walks and smells around home and the office. Some dogs might just see the gray clouds but I’d rather focus on the blue sky peeking through.

Thanks again, all you Milo folks, for taking care of me last summer. Please don’t take offense if I’d rather not come back for a visit — I have anxieties that I would prefer to avoid where possible. Just know that I’m healthy, happy, super-popular, and my human has committed to keeping me that way. I hope at some point soon he’ll shut up about it. “You’re a good boy” this and “I love you pup” that and “Such a sweet puppy” the other, blah-de-blah-blah!" Love, Jazz (& Randy)

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   Name: BODHI
   Breed: Australian Shepherd
   Adopted: 8/2016
BODHI"Hello! We are getting ready to celebrate one year with Bodhi, we call him Kai. Bodhi sounded so much like Zoey so we transitioned names in the first few days that he came home with us. Our first dog, Zoey, is the same age as Bodhi and they carry on as siblings now.

Bodhi was very needy and jealous and wanted to establish his place in the house, so the first two months were stressful. I had lots of time and carefully made time and space for him. He is so lovable and he was a great addition to our family. I absolutely love my Kai boy and he fits in so well. My 17 year old and 13 year old love him too, and my husband begrudgingly adores him despite his licking and furniture rubbing. Kai made our house a brighter place!

I've enclosed some pictures. I am so glad we found him last year. Thank you! "

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   Name: YOGI
   Breed: Chihuahua - Terrier Mix
   Adopted: 6/2015
YOGI"We love our Yogi and he loves to play cards! Look at that poker face! Thank you Milo! Lori and the Sparrow family"

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   Name: STORMY
   Breed: Dalmatian
   Adopted: 6/2006
STORMY"Lynne and staff at Milo—

My partner and I wanted to thank you for bringing the most amazing dog into our lives in May 2006, Stormy the Dalmatian. She died in my arms this morning surrounded by love at home after leading a very full life. We adopted her from your Berkeley location and you told her during the adoption that she was going to be a city girl and not to get fat (we never let her get fat). Its true she was a city girl but she also led a life full of travels and adventures with her pack called “team stormy”.

I know you have saved many dogs over the years but maybe you will remember stormy as you rescued her from a kill shelter after an Arizona breeder dumped her up near your sanctuary, she had ten puppies with a non-Dalmatian and I’m not sure if you rescued her with those or if she had them in your sanctuary. I still remember your site advertisement for stormy and her daughter sunshine (who got adopted out to a family in Berkeley). Stormy was such a fighter with a full love of life. We adopted her with a limp from the cage you had her in that ultimately led to a valley fever diagnosis which led to two open heart surgeries and an amputation and extensive anti fungal treatments. She got past all that many years ago and lived life to the fullest. She touched the hearts of everyone she met and she never let any of her life challenges stop her from being full of happiness and joy and a ball of energy.

Thank you again for the work you do and for giving us this life changing girl.

Regards, Team Stormy"

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