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Staruszek pełen wigoru

18-Year-Old Rescue Dog Is Doing Everything On His Bucket List Morgan is a senior dachshund who is currently the ripe old age of 18. When Morgan's human passed away, he ended up at the Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) in Fort Myers, Florida. When staffers at the shelter realized how old Morgan was, they knew they needed to get him out of the shelter to somewhere he could live out the rest of his days in peace. The shelter decided to reach out to Senior Paws Sanctuary (SPS) to see if it could help the elderly little dog. "LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him," Kate Reidy, Morgan's foster mom,. "The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love." All of the dogs with SPS are sent to live with foster families, and so Morgan went to live with Reidy and her 10-year-old dog, Charlie. Reidy assumed that because he was already 18, Morgan would be a slower, sleepier kind of dog ? but that turned out not to be the case at all. "I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease," Reidy said. "He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him. Most people don't believe his age!" Morgan immediately began to thrive in his foster home, loving everything about his new life. His new mom got him his own stairs to help him get onto the couch and bed, and he loves to wander around his house exploring. "He loves attention," Reidy said. "He loves to snuggle as close as he can to you and every so often he will get up and sniff your face just to make sure he remembers who he is sitting with! It's so sweet." No one can be sure exactly what Morgan's first 18 years of life were like, or exactly what he got to do or see. Since his foster home seemed to make him livelier and more excited to explore the world, his foster mom decided to make him a bucket list. So far, Morgan has gotten to go on a plane ? meet a sergeant and becoMorgan to 18-letni jamnik, który po śmierci właściciela trafił do schroniska Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) na Florydzie. Kiedy pracownicy azylu zorientowali się, w jakim jest wieku, postanowili znaleźć mu lepszy dom na resztę życia. W tym celu skontaktowali się z Senior Paws Sanctuary, domem prowadzonym przez Kate Reidy, w którym starsze psy czekają na swój stały dom. Kate pojechała zobaczyć Morgana i zakochała się w nim od pierwszego wejrzenia. I tak sędziwy jamnik znalazł swoją przystań w domu Kate, która ma jeszcze jednego psa – 10-letniego Charliego.

W starym ciele młody duch

Kate myślała, że z racji wieku i niepełnosprawności (Morgan jest praktycznie niewidomy), jej nowy pupil będzie spokojnym, przesypiającym całe dnie psem. Jednak tak nie jest. Jak sama mówi ze śmiechem: „Morgan cierpi chyba na tę sama przypadłość co Benjamin Button” (zamiast starzeć się, z wiekiem młodnieje). Stał się energiczniejszy i bardziej kontaktowy, a gdy Kate zdradza, ile ma lat, spotyka się z niedowierzaniem rozmówców. Widać, że Morganowi podoba się jego nowe życie. Specjalnie dla niego opiekunka zamontowała schodki prowadzące m.in. do łóżka czy na kanapę, by pupil mógł swobodnie korzystać z tych mebli. Jamnik uwielbia też skupiać na sobie uwagę właścicielki i przytulać się do niej. Całym swoim sercem okazuje jej wdzięczność za nowy, wspaniały dom.

Staruszek pełen wigoru

Staruszek pełen wigoru

18-Year-Old Rescue Dog Is Doing Everything On His Bucket List Morgan is a senior dachshund who is currently the ripe old age of 18. When Morgan's human passed away, he ended up at the Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) in Fort Myers, Florida. When staffers at the shelter realized how old Morgan was, they knew they needed to get him out of the shelter to somewhere he could live out the rest of his days in peace. The shelter decided to reach out to Senior Paws Sanctuary (SPS) to see if it could help the elderly little dog. "LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him," Kate Reidy, Morgan's foster mom,. "The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love." All of the dogs with SPS are sent to live with foster families, and so Morgan went to live with Reidy and her 10-year-old dog, Charlie. Reidy assumed that because he was already 18, Morgan would be a slower, sleepier kind of dog ? but that turned out not to be the case at all. "I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease," Reidy said. "He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him. Most people don't believe his age!" Morgan immediately began to thrive in his foster home, loving everything about his new life. His new mom got him his own stairs to help him get onto the couch and bed, and he loves to wander around his house exploring. "He loves attention," Reidy said. "He loves to snuggle as close as he can to you and every so often he will get up and sniff your face just to make sure he remembers who he is sitting with! It's so sweet." No one can be sure exactly what Morgan's first 18 years of life were like, or exactly what he got to do or see. Since his foster home seemed to make him livelier and more excited to explore the world, his foster mom decided to make him a bucket list. So far, Morgan has gotten to go on a plane ? meet a sergeant and beco

18-Year-Old Rescue Dog Is Doing Everything On His Bucket List Morgan is a senior dachshund who is currently the ripe old age of 18. When Morgan's human passed away, he ended up at the Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) in Fort Myers, Florida. When staffers at the shelter realized how old Morgan was, they knew they needed to get him out of the shelter to somewhere he could live out the rest of his days in peace. The shelter decided to reach out to Senior Paws Sanctuary (SPS) to see if it could help the elderly little dog. "LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him," Kate Reidy, Morgan's foster mom,. "The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love." All of the dogs with SPS are sent to live with foster families, and so Morgan went to live with Reidy and her 10-year-old dog, Charlie. Reidy assumed that because he was already 18, Morgan would be a slower, sleepier kind of dog ? but that turned out not to be the case at all. "I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease," Reidy said. "He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him. Most people don't believe his age!" Morgan immediately began to thrive in his foster home, loving everything about his new life. His new mom got him his own stairs to help him get onto the couch and bed, and he loves to wander around his house exploring. "He loves attention," Reidy said. "He loves to snuggle as close as he can to you and every so often he will get up and sniff your face just to make sure he remembers who he is sitting with! It's so sweet." No one can be sure exactly what Morgan's first 18 years of life were like, or exactly what he got to do or see. Since his foster home seemed to make him livelier and more excited to explore the world, his foster mom decided to make him a bucket list. So far, Morgan has gotten to go on a plane ? meet a sergeant and beco

18-Year-Old Rescue Dog Is Doing Everything On His Bucket List Morgan is a senior dachshund who is currently the ripe old age of 18. When Morgan's human passed away, he ended up at the Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) in Fort Myers, Florida. When staffers at the shelter realized how old Morgan was, they knew they needed to get him out of the shelter to somewhere he could live out the rest of his days in peace. The shelter decided to reach out to Senior Paws Sanctuary (SPS) to see if it could help the elderly little dog. "LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him," Kate Reidy, Morgan's foster mom,. "The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love." All of the dogs with SPS are sent to live with foster families, and so Morgan went to live with Reidy and her 10-year-old dog, Charlie. Reidy assumed that because he was already 18, Morgan would be a slower, sleepier kind of dog ? but that turned out not to be the case at all. "I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease," Reidy said. "He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him. Most people don't believe his age!" Morgan immediately began to thrive in his foster home, loving everything about his new life. His new mom got him his own stairs to help him get onto the couch and bed, and he loves to wander around his house exploring. "He loves attention," Reidy said. "He loves to snuggle as close as he can to you and every so often he will get up and sniff your face just to make sure he remembers who he is sitting with! It's so sweet." No one can be sure exactly what Morgan's first 18 years of life were like, or exactly what he got to do or see. Since his foster home seemed to make him livelier and more excited to explore the world, his foster mom decided to make him a bucket list. So far, Morgan has gotten to go on a plane ? meet a sergeant and beco

18-Year-Old Rescue Dog Is Doing Everything On His Bucket List Morgan is a senior dachshund who is currently the ripe old age of 18. When Morgan's human passed away, he ended up at the Lee County Domestic Animal Services (LCDAS) in Fort Myers, Florida. When staffers at the shelter realized how old Morgan was, they knew they needed to get him out of the shelter to somewhere he could live out the rest of his days in peace. The shelter decided to reach out to Senior Paws Sanctuary (SPS) to see if it could help the elderly little dog. "LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him," Kate Reidy, Morgan's foster mom,. "The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love." All of the dogs with SPS are sent to live with foster families, and so Morgan went to live with Reidy and her 10-year-old dog, Charlie. Reidy assumed that because he was already 18, Morgan would be a slower, sleepier kind of dog ? but that turned out not to be the case at all. "I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease," Reidy said. "He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him. Most people don't believe his age!" Morgan immediately began to thrive in his foster home, loving everything about his new life. His new mom got him his own stairs to help him get onto the couch and bed, and he loves to wander around his house exploring. "He loves attention," Reidy said. "He loves to snuggle as close as he can to you and every so often he will get up and sniff your face just to make sure he remembers who he is sitting with! It's so sweet." No one can be sure exactly what Morgan's first 18 years of life were like, or exactly what he got to do or see. Since his foster home seemed to make him livelier and more excited to explore the world, his foster mom decided to make him a bucket list. So far, Morgan has gotten to go on a plane ? meet a sergeant and beco

 

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