We just love it when our Corridor Rescue dogs and cats find their perfect families. Often, it is love at first sight and these grateful animals blend beautifully into the family...
We are happy to announce that NICK has found his forever home! This senior chocolate lab mix was found in the Corridor near death, abandoned and left without food or water for several days. He was weak, lying in the grass with flies swarming around him. His days were numbered. Corridor Rescue feeders brought him to safety and his healing process began. Nick was fostered by Rosalinda Desrochers (thank you, Rosa!) and has now found his forever home with Scott Kehoe! He settled right in and felt right at home. His adoptive dad even makes sure he has his favorite breakfast - bananas!
We wish NICK all the best in his new forever home!
Beautiful MERLE has found her forever home! Merle was found living outside a park, left to fend for herself on a busy corner. Feeders always hated to leave this super sweet, super gentle girl behind. The mean streets are no place for a dog like Merle.
Merle became pregnant while living on the streets, and we knew we had to get her to safety before her babies were born. Merle gave birth to four puppies (watch for adoption announcements coming soon!) in the comfort of a wonderful foster home (thank you, Maria Aurora Padilla)!
No more puppies for this mama! Merle is now spayed and loving life with the Messer family. Their five boys enjoy taking turns playing with her and petting her. We are so excited for you, "Merlie Pearly"! We wish you all the best in life - you deserve it!
We just love it when our Corridor adopters send us pictures and updates. We're suckers for happily-ever-afters. Our pups deserve no less.
Wanted to share an update on a CRI alum Lyra, who was adopted to Seattle by a lovely couple, Betty and Arnie, in Dec 2014. I fostered Lyra for 3 wk before she was adopted. I was recently on a business trip to Seattle and had the opportunity to visit with Lyra and her family. Lyra's parents adore her! Three beds, tons of treats, 3-4 walks a day, frequent visits to dog park, spa treatment. You name it. Betty and Arnie arrange their days around Lyra's needs. I told them to consider adopting me too. But all jokes aside, it warms my heart seeing a happy ending for this homeless mama dog who once struggled to feed her puppies and had waited for so long for the right family to come along. And yes, despite that fact that it has been over a year since I last saw her, she remembers me. Here is Lyra resting on one of her many beds
ALUMNI ALERT-JUNIOR! Junior is now known as Beau and he is living the good life in Louisiana!! Thank you Linda!!
Winston wanted to share a smile with his rescuers! He loves you guys!!
Thank you Alyssa for adoption our little Winston! He looks fabulous!