It reminded me of the babies I've rescued and how their lives could have been so much worse if they hadn't ended up with me. No matter what they tell people when I'm not around.
Warning: Cuteness overload!
This is Ollie. He was rescued from the campus of Eastern Kentucky University when he was a baby. I'm not sure what his life was like before I got him but he is still timid around males. He loves to hide inside things. Just this morning he drug a little blanket inside a basket and was curled up with it.
So there you have it proof of the crazy cat lady that I am. It's my goal to start a small breed rescue specifically for Shih Tzu's but Westley really hates other dogs so I don't want to bring any new ones in. But one day the Princess Buttercup's Home for Wayward Shih Tzu's will be opened. We have an awesome rescue in the town that I live in, that does amazing work. They really try to help all animals. I just know my limitations and I don't have the space to foster anything big. They were able to rescue a momma Shih Tzu that escaped a puppy mill and was found giving birth. They gave the momma and her babies to my favorite Shih Tzu Rescue, Bluegrass Shih Tzu Rescue. The babies and mom will be up for adoption in about 8 weeks.