It’s hard to believe that a little dog like Tomsk was left on the streets to fend for himself.
It’s hard to believe that nobody came looking to reclaim him.
He had no collar. He had no microchip. Tomsk joined the list of thousands of dogs each year that just “appear” on our streets, fields, bogs, towns and cities and nobody knows them! For Tomsk, being found was probably the best thing that could have happened to him. Thanks to Zoey and her family for not ignoring him and for holding onto him for a week until we could find the space to take him.
And what a prize Zoey found. Tomsk, from the word go, was the sweetest, most lovable, funniest, adorable little chap ever. And not because he had previously had the best life, he arrived with mange, fleas and worms, but because it was his nature and because many dogs know how to forgive and move on. Not all do but Tomsk most certainly did.
He proved to be a very popular little boy as he went up for adoption but, sadly, we can only choose one home and we do this always with our dogs needs being the most important needs.
The lucky family was a lovely, young couple Poli and Cormac who had been looking to adopt a dog to join their family. With Cormac working from home and doggie Grandparents also very excited at the thoughts of a new family member we just knew Tomsk would receive so much care, love, fun and adventures from his new family.
It has been just over 3 weeks since Tomsk waved us goodbye and thanks to his new Mum and Dad we have received many lovely updates. Tomsk is now a much loved member of his family, bringing joy, love and laughter to his home and at the end of the day isn’t that what dogs do best
Thank you Zoey for playing your part in Tomsks journey and to Poli and Cormac for choosing to adopt a rescue