Trying to get a grip
I know in time as more fosters come in and his crate is used over and over, more pawprints will fill my heart. I've had long term fosters before I've loved them all. Knowing they are going to a great home makes this so easy, loving them so, makes it so hard.
How do I shed tears of joy for them and sorrow for me at the same time. Jack will live like a king for the rest of his life with out the confusiosn of who is is "pack" or who is coming or going today. He always took it so hard when a foster left, he had so much love in that little 12 pound body.
Jack, today's blog is for you. You are why I foster. I have the chance to meet amazing igs like you and love you and be loved by you. Then I get to send you home with some of the best people ever. I gave you a lot over the last 8 months... So give me a moment to be selfish, for a little while I'm gonne miss you bad. I'm gonna cry, I'm even going to think I should have adopted you. We all know with each one we let go to a forever home, we make room for another one in need, and there are so many in need. That is my tribute to you, you would not have it any other way. Have fun little man, enjoy your little sister and your new mom. They are both great and know you are loved by many.