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Why is Your Pet "Rescued (or Stray) and Unforgettable"?
When Sue and her daughter Lara agreed to foster Luna, they never expected to fall in love. But when it came time for Luna’s adoption, they were heartbroken. As fate would have it, Luna only lasted in the adopter’s house for a week; she was a bit more of a timid dog than they were hoping for.

When Sue was asked if she could take Luna back in, she said that they only way it would happen is if Luna was coming home with them for good! And so, in December 2020, one year old Luna found her forever home back with Sue and Lara.

Luna was initially shy and spent much of her time out of sight, hiding from view. Now, Sue says that she has completely taken over the house. Sue had intended to uphold the rules of “no dogs on the bed” and “no dogs on the couch”. Little did she know that Luna would eventually own the bed and the couch, resting her head on pillows just like a human.

While Luna enjoys people’s company from afar, she loves nothing more than playing with dog friends. Her best friend is a Great Dane named Stevie, who lives next door and is twice the size of Luna! They play every day, running together until they get bored and return to their respective houses.

Luna and Stevie are also relish playing with other dogs at nearby Core Creek, a county park. Luna, in particular, is fond of getting all the dogs amped up, and then sitting back and watching the excitement.

When at home, Luna entertains herself by throwing her toys up in the air. The only problem is that she’s not a great catch, a fact that doesn’t discourage her at all! Luna’s favorite time of year is winter, as she loves to dig in the snow. Last winter, the plows made a giant snow hill in front of the house and Luna had the time of her life, climbing to the top, surveying the world below as the “Queen of the Hill”.

Although Sue didn’t intend on adopting a dog, she and Lara feel that Queen Luna is the most amazing addition to their household.

Name of Rescue Organization or Shelter (or indicate "stray")
Crossings Animal Society

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