October 16, 2012
You always remember your first. For Jason and me, that was a 60-pound boxer mix named Brody in April of 2010. We thought we would just be overnight fosters, but in a matter of days we were full-time fosters. We helped Brody find a home. It was tough to see him go, but we saw him with his new owner just a few months later and knew we helped build a kindred relationship. I also knew I wanted to do more. We kept fostering and failed on our seventh, making Chi Chi a part of our family. Chi Chi loves being a big sister and helping the foster dogs. I joined the foster screening team and had a chance to "meet" and bring new fosters into the Lucky Dog family. After some time, I became the lead for the screening team. I grateful for all the work our volunteer fosters perform, all the lives Lucky Dog has saved, and simply the opportunity to be 'Foster Parent.' ~ Carla Cleveland
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