Saturday was puppy going home day. While all the preparations were being made, and Chubbs received his morning massage,
another pup (of sorts) was getting ready for his arrival.
On Tuesday, Ms. London gave birth to baby Paris.
Yes – rescue animals come in all shapes and sizes at Homeward Bound. On the private side of the fence, our president provides refuge to geese and ducks and roosters – and the biggest, oldest pig I have ever seen.
Most recently, goats and Alpacas appeared.
Just a few days old, baby Paris is already taking the world by storm.
But it’s no fun being the only little one. So while she, the elders, and the goats looked on, Ms. Autumn prepared to deliver a playmate.
It’s hard to focus when you have such an audience.
But sometimes, it’s a good thing there are others standing by to lend a hand.
With a little assist, baby Gabriel entered the world on a beautiful and unseasonably warm Saturday morning…a gorgeous rose-grey Alpaca boy was born.
Welcome to the world, Gabriel.
And happy lives to all our going home puppies, too!