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|Hi Milo Foundation,
I hope you are all doing ok during this pandemic! I think my animals are
enjoying the near constant company but are probably also wondering why I'm
always around lately.
I adopted Sam (then Simba) on my birthday, March 2018 as an 8 month old
puppy. I had lost my previous Milo pup to old age 6 months before (adopted
in 2005), and was waiting for just the right dog to fill the void. Sam
quickly became my best buddy. He's quirky and sensitive, and a very, very
good boy. He bonded quickly with my elderly cat, and although he had a bit
of a bumpy start with my chickens (turns out they don't like being picked
up by dogs), he soon learned that they were friends. He's the best cuddler,
great with my nieces and nephews, and he's completely trustworthy when left
Last summer I started fostering kittens for Milo. After falling in love
with my first litter and watching them all find loving homes, I took in
Cammie, the very pregnant cat. I experienced kitten birth for the first
time (amazing!), and ultimately decided to adopt one of the kittens, Teddy.
He's 8 months old now and a total lovebug. He tries very hard to endear
himself to Sam and has bonded with my other cat. They are quite the trio!
I feel so lucky to have these boys in my life, and it's all thanks to you
guys. Especially during these uncertain times, their company brings such
Jen, Sam and Teddy
|Dear Milo staff,
We just wanted to thank you for the important work you do for animals - keeping their environment clean, healthy, mentally stimulated and finding good homes for them.
We recently adopted Daffodil - now called Zoe - and she has been such a wonderful addition to our family of two girls, two cats, and now two dogs.
Zoe is a Great Pyr, just like our other adopted Great Pyr, and they have been doing so well together. They enjoy their wrestling sessions and walks together, and they get so much love from us and from the girls.
Thank you for rescuing her and for letting us adopt her. We’re totally in love!
The Roman family
|Lexi the border collie is doing great! She loooooves the beach!
Her name is Salty Dog now. We had to change it because my name is Lexi!!! lol
|My family and I adopted Frankenstein, a.k.a. Gus, on October 23, 2019 from
Milo Foundation. Gus has been an absolute joyful addition to our family.
His favorite activities include playing with his three cat siblings, going
on long walks and wagging his tail at everyone he sees.
John, Norm, Diane and Gus
|Thank you Milo
We adopted Waffles back in August or September and he has proven himself as
the best dog ever! Waffles now enjoys running, hiking, playing fetch,
eating, and snuggling. He is gentle and happy with everything and everyone.
We could not be happier and he is truly a member of our family.
From grateful adopters,
-Kerrick and Katrina
|Just wanted to send an update of Sammy, formerly Molly, pictured with her best pal Batty, formerly Karma, also a Milo graduate. We adopted this little puppy in September 2019 and she has grown into a 70+lb. sweetheart; we couldn’t be happier. She is fun-loving, silly, and super mellow. Her back is completely healed and when she is not on a hike or playing in Point Isabel, she can be found snoozing (sometimes with the cat) but usually near her humans. She’s pretty awesome and we are so happy to have her. Thank you!
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