Welcome to Our Littlest Memories!

This site is dedicated to our puppyhood - or, for those of you who found your forever homes later in life, it is dedicated to those first days you spent with your new families.

Thanks to all of you who sent in your autobios and for sharing your experiences. Most of us got acquainted later on in life without knowing anything about each other. So your stories really do let us get to know each other better, and help us appreciate each other more.

Special thanks to our moms, Linda and Pat, who helped us put up this site.

Our Littlest Memories blog will stay open indefinitely. If you would like to submit your autobio, email it with your puppy pictures to:

chef.boxer@yahoo.ca or crabbyabby5827@yahoo.com

Well, we hope you enjoy reading all about your friends' littlest memories!

Chef and Abby

(All stories are posted in the order in which they were received.)



On August 25 2004, my mom walked into the South Central Shelter in Los Angeles to come and look at this little four-month-old Cattle Dog that was due to be euthanized that night.

I was in isolation and had been for a month - I was only four months old!!

When my mom came back into the isolation ward (I had kennel cough), I was in the lower cage - all I did was bark at her!! I wanted out. She thought I was the cutest thing with bat ears she had ever seen - and then she walked out.

She was only gone about 30 minutes and then all of a sudden a nice shelter lady came and took me out of the cage...and I was handed over to my new mommy who had leaky eyes!! She said she couldn't leave the shelter without taking me and she was crying while she said this!

I'm the luckiest cattle dog ever to have found my forever home with my mommy!!!



Raising Addie said...

Awww, Velcro you are the luckiest dog!

We are sooo happy you found a wonderful forever home!

How did you get your name, velcro?

Noah the Airedale said...

Even though we knew your story from your blog Velcro, we still get leaky eyes when we read this.

Noah Willow Tess Lucy