Kenna may have found the ideal pet home, so I’m hoping that everything works out for her. I’ll know more after her 14 day post-op check up. I just want to make sure everything is looking good before she is committed to her new home.
Kenna is a lot like her mom, Dory. She is vivacious and full of life, and very sweet. She is lovely. It was a hard decision to make to find a home for her. I’ve tried to reason with myself what the real reason is for feeling it’s the right thing to find her a nice home where she can live out her days as a beloved pet, and there are many. Knowing which direction I want to take my breeding program if I am to have one in the future is important to me, and it played a role in this decision. She is turning out nicely and very much like Dory in terms of both structure and temperament, so I can’t complain. She is all ears and feet right now. She is handling her injury like a little champ.
Making decisions is hard. Good decisions are worth it. Bad decisions are lessons learned. I’m really thankful I was able to have Kenna, because I really believe she was meant to be in the home she will be going to. And if for some reason it doesn’t work, LOL, well then maybe she is just meant to be here.