Happiness is a Lolling Tongue…and a Forever Home
Our Point Pet of the Week's owner died and now she doesn't understand why everyone is loving on her yet she doesn't get to go home with anyone at the end of the day. So sad...yet she is still resilient enough to smile when she is getting attention!
Meet Diamond, a 6-year old Terrier mix who had her world turned upside when her owner passed away.
That's when she ended up in the Monmouth County SPCA. Diamond has been nervous and timid at the shelter... but who can blame he? She is grieving the loss of her home and owner and doesn't understand why she has been thrust into an unfamiliar and stressful situation (being in a kennel with strange dogs nearby and loud, unfamiliar noises) no matter how wonderful and loving the staff and volunteers are!
Despite all of that, Diamond is still smiling and likes to let her tongue hang out!
Those who have come to know her at the shelter believe that Diamond would do best in a quiet home that would give her the time she needs to readjust and settle in. The MCSPCA has not yet tested her with dogs or cats but thinks she'd be ok with kids 10 and older.
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