Rosie Khaleesi Diamond Marie
I adopted Rosie Khaleesi from the MSPCA when she was 5 weeks old in 2022. Rosie had to be bottle fed because she was too young to leave her mom and was still nursing. Her mom did not remove her umbilical cord that was wrapped around her left back leg so unfortunately her leg had to be amputated. She is the cutest tripod kitty in town.
Holly was adopted at 10 years old in December of 2018, 6 months after Eddie. Holly has had three previous homes one of which she was used for breeding. Holly has a bad back and is blind but truly is the sweetest dog you will ever meet.
Stevie Edward was found on the side of the road in a crate weighing only 2 pounds. A kind person brought Stevie to a local animal hospital and The Homeward Bound Schnauzer Rescue took him in. They contacted me and asked if I would adopt him and I did in February 2022. Stevie has Cerabellar Hypoplasia which means his brain cannot control his muscles. Stevie was given the middle name Edward to honor my Eddies memory.
I adopted Scotty in October 2019. Scotty came from Happy Tails Rufus's Rescue Dogs out of TX. He was pulled him from a high kill shelter. Scotty came to me blind from cataracts but I did the surgery on him and now he can see out of one eye! He is the clown of the house.
I adopted Mr. Norwal in December 2021. He was found in a dumpster in Boston very ill. A kind person brought him to the MSPCA and covered all his medical expenses. After one month in ICU I adopted him. He is still feral and spends most of his time in my basement by choice - but he comes up into the house more frequently now and I hope he joins our family and cuddles with us soon!
Misty Mae joined my family in February 2023. She is 16 years old. Before I adopted her she had one previous owner who sadly passed away. Poodle Rescue of New England took her in and I adopted her from them. Misty Maes passion in life is eating chicken.
Born and raised in Boston I have had a deep love for animals for as long as I can remember. I studied Animal Health and Sciences in college and have spent most of my adult life fostering and volunteering for local rescues.