Before her adoption from North Shore Animal League America, six-year-old Roman Duncan inserted three praise-filled letters about his foster dog into the canine’s transport paperwork.
Maggie, a pit bull mix pup from North Shore Animal League America (NSALA), is available for adoption.
The nonprofit rescued the dog as a puppy last year. Maggie, who was too young to be adopted, needed a foster home when she was rescued so she could get used to being in a household and work on her basic obedience skills.
Maggie was placed with the Duncan family in Louisiana as a foster child.
According to NSALA, six-year-old Roman rapidly became attached to Maggie and aided her during her early months.
Throughout the process, Roman’s family made it clear that fostering Maggie meant that she would eventually be adopted by another family.
Roman knew his new cuddling friend wasn’t going to stay in his home forever. Still, he built a special connection with the pup. He was sad to see her go for NSALA’s shelter in Port Washington, New York when Maggie reached the age of adoption.
To help him process his emotions, Roman decided to write letters to Foster Dog Maggie’s perspective forever family, informing them about the wonderful dog.
When it came time to load Maggie onto her plane to New York, Roman tucked his letters into her paperwork. The Animal League America rescue crew was overjoyed by this pleasant surprise.
When Maggie found her permanent family, NSALA made certain that Roman’s messages on her wonderful personality reached the pup’s adopters.
NSALA believes that Roman’s letters and experience with a foster puppy would encourage other families to consider fostering pets.
Visit the NSALA website to learn more about pet fostering possibilities and the organization’s animal rescue activities.
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