Our loving boy that is part Border Collie and Australian Shepherd (or so we think). He was a rescue from the Wenatchee Human Society and almost ended up not being found. We learned something new and that is the society has an excluded area for dogs that need it (he needed it).

Cheyenne was a whiner and would whine every time a visitor walked pasted his cage. To somone that didn’t know him it would appear as though he was stressed out. We have come to know that he just wanted affection (don’t we all).

Knowing the breed, we knew that he had potential faults and even the human society said that it might be better to have a home with older kids. Oh how they were wrong! Cheyenne would protect our girls to his last breath!

We do our best by him, love him, and give him a home that we hope was better than his last. He is our loyal protector, affection wanting, snuggle bunny, pup.



She was our first adventure into the wonderful world of animals. She was a rescue / foster kitten that was hosted at our work by a wonderful employee.

She remained at work as a facility cat for quiet some time. Knocking papers and pens off the desk, snuggling with employees, and pulling thumb tacks out of the corkboard.

Millie loves to take naps in the shredder bin and chew on paper. Even to this day she loves to snuggle up on any piece of 8×11 paper and take a nap.

She is truly a sassy cat and has the personality to own the title. She is loved by many and we would be lost with out her.



Our goof ball of a puppy, we believe, is an Eastern European Shepherd. He looks just like a wolf and when we rescued him and his brother from the highway he was nothing but skin and bone.

This guy was found in a rural area with no homes around, was sickly, and came running right up to us. We promptly learned after he vomited multiple times in the truck that he had been living off of trash from the highway ditch. We found wrappers, plastic, and all sorts of garbage in his vomit.

We hydrated, gave graham crackers (emergency truck stash), and stopped at the first gas station to get puppy food. This guy was a trooper. Looked after his brother with no worries regarding his own health.

After going to the human society and reporting him lost and stolen and getting him listed we then adopted him. We got him all the care he needed (story for another time.) We even found a home for his brother (a family I know loves him).

“Animals are a gift from above for they truly define the words unconditional love.”

― Heather Wolf
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