Boone

Boone, formally known as “Steele,” was adopted from the Humane Society of Wicomico County in 2012. A few years later, Boone now lives in Michigan and is 6 1/2 years old! Our hearts and our home are so full. His brother, the pit bull, is his best friend. We couldn’t imagine our lives without Boone!

Callie

Just wanted to check in and let you know how our newly adopted kitty is doing. Callie, formerly Gloria, has settled into things here at the Robinson’s nicely.  She has filled a big void left by our 17 yr old cat, Kobe, passing away. She is sassy and sweet all in the same breath. While she was just over 5lbs when she came to us in May,  the scales are nearly tipping 9 as we speak. She likes to eat, mostly at her 5:40 am wake up meow/scream and def by 7 pm at night. She protects us from ants, flies, nearly anything that moves, including feet under the bed. We love her to death and I think she feels the same♥️

June

I just wanted to give you a nice update on the pig that I adopted from you guys. We named her June, and she is the happiest, sweetest, most spoiled pig ever! You’ll see her sleeping in the laundry room in one of the pictures below :-). She is doing so well with our other critters and she loves our big, fenced in backyard. Thank you all so much for allowing me to adopt her! We are in love with her and we are forever grateful for you all and for her original owner for having raised such an amazing pig!

Penny

I just wanted to touch base with you to let you know Penny is growing into quite a character. She’s 55 lbs and expected to get up to around 70 lbs. She isn’t the breed we were told at adoption time but, we love her anyway. She’s apparently a Pointer mix. She is a stubborn girl at walk time ( a puller) but, I just ordered a different kind of harness for her ( maybe fourth try will work) since the other three kinds have failed to do the job. She picked up most commands quickly. She does all the general commands including the army crawl, roll over, sit, stand, down and speak. She loves to stand up and “hug” us and she is so tall, she looks me full in the face. She is a good guard dog as well as a playmate for our whole family. She lets our grandsons love on her without hesitation ( ages three and one). Her coat is still changing. She’s getting more and more spots every month. It will be interesting to see how her coat turns out.

Jax

Hendrix has been renamed Jax & is doing very well in his new home.  So full of love for everyone. His older brother Dodger is so patient with him & has taught him to wrestle & play tug.