Hey there! If youve read my intro you know I was homeless at a point in time. I had to leave EVERYTHING, including my cat.
So after getting an apartment, ive been slowly finding everyone. Rigatoni was easy, she was at a local pet store and I known the owner.
My cat was just left outside at my moms. I picked her up and got her on her feet again.
Linguine was given to a friend. Then sold. I didnt know exactly where she was but I reached out and found her. Today, I bought her back before her owner moved away.
She is only 450 grams. Almost two years ago, when I gave her up, she was 250 grams. Im upset. But shes back, so all is well.
Once shes feeling better, shell be going into a 40 gallon, but for now shes in a 20 long being monitored closely. She took a rat today, which is a success!
Dont mind the enclosure, just threw together what I had.
It’s awesome that you could get your babies back.
I too had some problems about five years ago. A “friend” was keeping and taking care of my dog.
It took a couple of years to get back on my feet. When I got in contact with the person who had my dog , I was told they gave him to my ex. I was crushed. There was no way I was getting him back.
Ironically about a year and a half later , I started looking for another companion. This one could be a twin to my old pal.
My new best friend Scrappy
I teared up reading that you were able to get them back. I’m so happy things are better for you.
Thats so precious!!! Im sorry you never got yours back :((
Scrappy will never replace Hoppy nor was I trying to replace him.
Scrappy was a dog pound rescue. I still don’t know if I saved him or he saved me. But he has brought a lot of joy and love back to my life. I’m in a much better place than I was just a few years ago.
I wish you all the best for you and your beloved pets. God bless you Sarah.