Paws Alumnus visits Alma Mater
Hi all, this is Henry, here to spread some good news about my alma-mater, PAWS Chicago! This past Sunday PAWS was hosting an adoption event in the Illinois city of Lake Forest. I was absolutely ecstatic that my human was willing to take me out to support all of the dogs in need of homes. For all who don't know, PAWS Chicago is a no-kill shelter, which is committed to putting an end to the killing of homeless cats and dogs.
As an alumnus of this wonderful organization, I felt as though it was my duty to visit all of the pups in need and send them my love and support. I was astounded at what an amazing turn out there was! It seemed to me as though the adoption counseling tables were filled at all times and many of the dogs were adopted. My human is a huge supporter of PAWS and wanted me to share the wonderful news about this truly outstanding organization. She herself is committed to putting an end to the torture of animals and has many products in her store which she will allow animals to become healthier, especially animals that come from bad environments.
One of my favorite items in her store is the product Fizzion! As I have mentioned in previous posts, I am a dog and there are many times when I feel the need to mark my territory (much to my humans dismay.) There have been plenty of occasions where I have decided to, shall I say "let it go" upon certain cherished valuables belonging to my human and even worse, strangers. Of course, my human always has a bottle of Fizzion on her so neither of us ever end up getting in trouble. One time I decided to use a gorgeous white silk French scarf as a territory marker, needless to say my human was aghast! However, she remained calm, simply sprayed on the Fizzion, and voila! The stain was gone without a trace!
I apologize for my seemingly random soliloquy about Fizzion, however I swear it ties back into the aforementioned PAWS adoption story. So, anyway, I was at the PAWS adoption event and I know that many pups coming out of shelters have problems controlling their bladders. I was worried about all of my canine friends. After all, I would hate to see any of them get returned because they accidentally "let loose" upon one of their new owners favorite articles of clothing or a fancy rug. So I decided to share my knowledge of Fizzion with all of my friends, in order to ensure that they would be taken care of in the event of an accident. Meanwhile, my wonderful human handled all of the human interactions since they have yet to perfect that dog to human translator.
All in all, my visit to the PAWS Chicago adoption event was an overwhelming success. I was able to see many homeless pups find their forever homes and I couldn't be more proud of the work that my alma mater is doing for the canine community. I am proud to be a PAWS alumnus and so happy to have found my own forever home.