Buff fostered the dog prior to its surgery. Then, on Feb. 7, after the injured leg was amputated, she fostered him again to make sure he healed properly.
“We love him, but it’s time he find himself a permanent home,” said Buff, who already has three dogs and a cat at home. “I always save room at our home for the possibility of fostering one dog – and that was Petey Pi this time. It’s time that he finds his forever home now. We’ll miss him very much, but he’ll make an awesome pet for another family.”
Buff nicknamed the dog Petey Pi, a mathematical wink-wink to the dog’s current predicament of having three legs. Or, as she put it, “3.14 legs.”
Interested adopters can send a short note explaining why he/she will provide the best home for Petey Pi. Correspondence can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or interested adopters can schedule a meetup time with Petey Pi at the shelter by sending a request to email@example.com. If more than one family qualifies for the adoption, a special drawing will be held to determine Petey Pi’s new home.
The hope is that Petey Pi will be adopted sometime this week. Check out a short video of Petey Pi here: