I can’t quit humping my foster brother.
Buffy’s tiny size doesn’t diminish her ardor for foster brother, Ben, a Lab-Husky mix. Buffy is being fostered in Davis, CA through the Yolo County SPCA.The poor boy can hardly stand up without Buffy humping his leg, because that’s the highest she can reach. I found her and her son abandoned along a lonely stretch of a major interstate the weekend after Thanksgiving. Yolo County SPCA agreed to take them in. Her son, Spike, found a home right away, but even though she was a good, protective mother and loves and trusts humans, it’s taking longer. Buffy’s natural habitat is the human lap and it’s obvious someone once loved her very much. Maybe you are the one who will show her that love again?
You’re a wonderful person!
How is Buffy with cats and kids?
Hi! I am Buffy’s foster and I didn’t know if I was supposed to include the link to her Petfinder listing, but here it is:http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/24775846. She’s interested in cats, but will leave them alone if you tell her to. Kids: Hasn’t spent time around small children, so I don’t know, but she’s fine with older kids. I think she’ll probably be fine with younger ones, because she’s such a sweet, agreeable little girl.
I work for the Yolo County SPCA and I am happy to say that she got adopted today at our placement event! She went to a wonderful family who hasn’t seen her dogshaming premiere but were highly amused by the story!