You are such an active, happy puppy. It’s hard to believe we found you on the side of the road in a milk crate, maybe minutes away from death. You poked your little head out and who knows what you might have been through–yet you remained with a great spirit and hope. You are my first baby. When I brought you home, I had no idea what I was getting into. You’ve brought so much joy and happiness not just to me but to my mother. She grew up scared of any type of dog since an incident during her childhood, and now I see her playing and laughing with a dog. It broke my heart when I was told I couldn’t keep you at home with me but I’m happy you’re still mine and I still get to see you everyday at my friend’s house. My mom and I miss you so much and maybe one day we can afford to pay and get permission from the manger to keep you home with us. Till then I will continue to see you everyday and try my best to take care you. Don’t forget me becauseI will never forget you.