LOVING MISS MINNIE
This little lady was surrendered by a Puppy Mill. She lived her entire life with the purpose of having babies. Often mill mommas spend their life in a crate, being neglected and seen only as income. They are bred over and over, then the mill owner discards them. That's where Zoe’s House steps up and saves these mammas. Minnie came to us never knowing what a bed was like, or what it was like to feel love... Read Minnie's full story
Georgia, a Doberman, was my first foster experience. Georgia was a puppy mill mom raised on a farm, so when we took her in she was very timid, shy and frozen like a statue by all these new experiences. We were amazed at how quickly she adapted to living in a home... Read Georgia's full story
WE WON THE FOSTER LOTTERY!
My husband and I were really on the fence about fostering. We talked about it a lot before even discussing it with the kids. We had all the usual thoughts most people have when they think about fostering... We’ll never be able to give them away, will this be a financial burden, and will our children (ages 16, 4, and 2) be able to handle giving our foster away? Scarlett showed us the way. Read Scarlett's full story...