FROM The Greeneville Neighbor News
By Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour anxiously asked if Sally was still available for adoption. When told that she was indeed still available, they were shocked because they thought for sure that she would've been adopted by now. They immediately asked to be introduced to her.
While waiting for Sally to be brought out, the Roy and Alice shared the story of how their precious dog, Wheezy, a Boston Terrier, had passed away after 13 years last February 2011. Their story was very moving and they knew when they saw Sally's story in The Greeneville Neighbor Newspaper, they had to come see her and hoped that she would be the perfect dog to come into their home.
Roy & Alice couldn't understand how Sally, a beautiful female Boston terrier mix ended up as a stray at Greene County Animal Control in January of this year, but were happy to know that one of our Adoption Center employees happened to see her there and knew immediately that she had to bring her "up the hill" to the Humane Society and put her up for adoption.
When Roy and Alice met Sally, there was an instant connection. They took her for a walk on the leash and spent time with her by themselves to see if Sally would be a good match. Lots of kisses later, the Seymours knew that she was going home with them. It was indeed a match made in Heaven!
They even let Sally know that she had toys waiting for her at her new home and knowing she loves to swim, have promised to buy her a new swimming pool this week!
It's been a few days now and the Seymours tell us that Sally is adjusting very well in her new home and that she's checked the entire house out with her nose and has made herself right at home! They plan to keep us up to date on Sally and how she is doing.
We want to thank this wonderful couple, Roy & Alice Seymour, for their love and compassion for animals as well as thank The Greeneville Neighbor News for featuring little Sally's story, enabling her to finally find her "forever" home!