Friday, August 31
The same can't be said for his best girl, Boopie, who has developed a couple of lumpy bumps since her adoption by her foster mom. We are sending Boopie our finest, best quality mojo for a quick recovery following the surgery to remove them later this week.
Boopie looking a little grumpy with her new mom. She wants the cookie the photographer is holding up.
Meanwhile, M. Gui is looking out into the future and hoping for a home of his own.
As he nibbles on his antler, he daydreams of a family who won't be afraid of a dog with a history of spinal surgery and a little hitch in his giddyup. He has been a foster with FBRN for almost 4 years, and so far, no one has paddled up to his private Island of Unwanted Frogs and put a lifejacket on him and paddled out again. You'd think he had cooties or a bad attitude or an ugly face or poor manners, but none of that is true. He's a loving, funny, well-behaved frogdog, and we just can't understand why he's been on the shelf for such a long, pitiful time.
It's sad to be a lonely little petunia in an onion patch, but that seems to be Gui's lot in life. Maybe someday an adopter will come by the website and see him and read about him and fall in love.
Until that lucky day, the antlers and love and a cushy bed to dream on are guaranteed by the volunteers of FBRN and
The Frog Princess