- For the Love of Pigs
It is a good idea to be sure she gets patient adopters who know what they'll be dealing with.
The shelter called and said they had adopters, a mom and 11 year old son. I told them that these guys were definitely not a good fit. Thankfully, they listened and directed them to another pair of boys they have. I did a cute little write up for their bio page that outlines some of their "quirks". But it also talks about what great pigs they will be in the right home and how cute and funny they are. I put in it that a home with young children would be a mistake (not worded quite like that). I hope they get placed soon. I don't want them to have to go back to the shelter to stay for any length of time before being adopted. But of course, I don't really have a say in that. I hope that they just figure that since they are in foster, they are better off.
I truly do hope it works out. And I hope I like the people or that will stink! The hard part of being a fosterer I guess.