At eight years old or so, Patton deserves to have a home of his own. He's a great dog, has no temperament or health problems, and gets along with pretty much everybody. Well, maybe not cats. This is a note his foster mom sent this week:
"Patton is doing well. He is a total sweetheart and I just love his stickey-out tongue…and he purrs, too!!
Yesterday he got his very own crate – thanks to my mom! He had been using an extra that was large enough for a Boxer, but he kept trying to get in the tiny crate for the kitty. Not sure why I even had the kitty’s crate out, but my mom thought maybe Patton would like his very own Frenchie-sized crate and so she got him one. Patton loves it; he went right in and made himself at home. He is such a good boy!!
If you know anyone with a soft spot for the older guys please tell them about Patton!!"
OK, so he's not so much "Ol' Blood and Guts," as he is "Ol' Snore and Snuffle," but before this old soldier fades away, we are hoping someone will give Patton a home of his own to retire in. A home of his own and someone to love is the fervent wish of
The Frog Princess