The lady that runs Pet Rehoming Network has to be the sweetest, most kind person in the rescue business. She spoke to me for more than 2 hours about my situation. She was incredibly empathetic. I was a mess and couldn't stop crying. Just talking to her made me feel sooo much better, and when she laid out how they go about finding good homes for pets, I actually felt hope for the first time in months.
She explained that I could keep in touch with Lucy, and that they would keep looking for as long as it takes to find a new owner that I was comfortable with, and I did not have to settle on anyone I wasn't 100% confident in. This is such an awesome service. I had been in touch with a couple of local rescues and they were all full and not accepting new dogs. They actually recommended that I call Debbie.
We just placed Lucy into her new home yesterday. I am sad, of course, but I am also very grateful to have found such a good home for her. Debbie has already called with an update on Lucy's adjustment. Peace of mind pet adoptions for sure. I can't thank you enough, Debbie. You and your amazing team made a terrible situation more than bearable. Feel free to use me as a reference!
Celia - Owner of Lucy
I want to thank you for your help in helping me to find Zoey and adopt her. She is the love of my life and she is so intelligent and sweet-- just like my "Sam "who had died this spring.
I am now convinced that perhaps it is all in the breed of the American Short tailed bobcat. She is adapting to her new home nicely, plays with toys and even brings a couple of them to me. She even sleeps on the bottom of my bed at night. So thank you for helping us to bring Zoey and me together.
Your service is wonderful and I thank you again for your rehoming service and making sure that pets go to a wonderful home. I am sure that the pets that you help get adopted are the lucky ones.