Wigzi is in a foster home right no with a friend, gaining some social skills and will come back to my house in a few weeks but he is available for adoption now, and I pray he finds a home sooner rather than later.
I have gone non-stop since "The Maplewood 6-Pack" and I said I wanted a break before that. I will still be active in rescue, and the compassionate side of me will not go away but I will be active in a different capacity. I am excited about these changes and the responsibilities that come along with that.
Fostering the volume of dogs that I foster takes up a large part of my time, money, and resources. It is taking a toll on my brand new house, and it is taking a toll on the animals that call this place home. It has been 17 years since I have not had a foster dog in my house, and as strange as it's going to seem, I am excited about this change.
It's time to move on folks, actually it's long overdue....