Loki spent months at an under-resourced shelter in Texas. The brown-eyed, sweet pup had lots of energy and love to give but the crowded shelter did not provide the opportunity for him to find a home. As time passed, more dogs entered the facility, which increased the risk that Loki might be moved to a euthanasia list.
We knew there was a family out there that would be a perfect match for Loki and we were determined to create an opportunity for this heartfelt connection to occur. We sent word out about Loki to our Transport Program destination partners, and eventually a potential placement came through in Toronto — then we gave Loki a ride to safety up north.
Loki’s adopters sent us an update soon after that. They said he was a perfect gentleman in their home, and “an absolute angel.”
“He’s made himself at home,” his family told us. “We are so blessed and thankful.”
Loki loves to cuddle, and his family shared photos of him doing just that—snuggling up on the couch, in his new home, with his very own people, looking for all the world like that’s exactly where he was always meant to be.