Success Stories For the last two years I have volunteered at the Jenny’s Hope Super Pet Adoption. At the 2011 Super Pet Adoption I was assigned to to walk Charlie around the event in hopes of finding him a forever home, but by the end of the end of the day I realized that I was his forever home. There has never been one second where we have regretted adopting him and having him such an important part of our life. From the minute we introduced Charlie to our other dog, Maya, they have been inseparable. Where ever one is the other is usually close by. I would encourage anyone thinking about getting a pet to go to the nearest shelter – you will not regret it. – Betty T. (Adams County Pet Rescue) We are so happy to have adopted our boy Tucker from Outwest Pet Rescue! We found him from you at Jenny’s Hope Super Pet Adoption event at the park in late April! We cannot believe how well he has adjusted to us. He is so tolerant with our rambunctious Addie who is a mischievous Dachshund.We just could not be more happy to have him in our home and I will recommend your organization to anyone looking for a new friend and not to purchase one through a store or breeder. We love Tucker so much that it makes me cry to think that if my daughter had not heard the advertisement on the radio that afternoon we would never have made it to the park- and that makes me feel so awful that we would have missed our little boy Tucker!But we found him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Thank you,LaVonne and daughter JaVonna How Badger and I found each other: Jenny’s Hope made it possible.A year ago I was searching for a dog and went through the shelters trying to find one just the right fit for home. I was not having much luck.I heard about Jenny’s Hope Super Pet Adoption (4th Annual) and decided I would try seeing the dogs in a different setting. I saw this dog walking with a volunteer- he was pretty, seemed calm and curious.I walked around with him for about 10 minutes. We were so comfortable together in the midst of the excitement and that made up my mind that he was the one for me. He has not left my side since! Everywhere we go, he is right where I am. He’s obedient and even has a few tricks up his sleeve that still surprise me. Badger is such a happy dog and always makes me happy to come home to him. And it’s crazy to believe that I had seen him in the shelter and thought he wasn’t right for me. I could not be any more thankful that we had the environment to truly connect at Jenny’s Hope Super Pet Adoption! Michelle D. (Tri-Cities Animal Control) At Jenny’s Hope Second Annual Pet Adoption Event my husband and his friends went to help out with clean up at the end of the event. Well, when I got home from work, he had quite the surprise for me! He adopted a 2 year old black lab mix. Needless to say at first, I wasn’t incredibly excited. Lucky for us, he was potty trained and got along with our other animals. Soon after his cuteness prevailed and he had found his forever home!! We are very happy to have Scoobie as part of our family and couldn’t imagine life without him. Miah & Tonia R. (Adams County Pet Rescue) Lucy was adopted at last year’s event (2012) after successfully completing the Coyote Ridge training program and learning over 30 commands. Although her adopter, Kerry K. of Poulsbo/Bainbridge Island, thinks he chose her, the volunteers who were walking Lucy that day say she walked them right up to Kerry. She had decided who she was going home with! Lucy made a good choice and has been living the life ever since at a house on the beach with her dog friend Zoe to play with, woods to run in, and of course, lots of love and attention. She goes to work with Kerry most days, and we hear she is so popular there is a sign-up list to take her to the park at lunch. The mail lady even signed up for a turn on her day off!