Toffee finds new home with family that helped rescue her
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — It’s official! Toffee has found a forever home.
According to Cheri Mead with A New Leash on Life, a rescuer that helped save Toffee after she fell down a hole has welcomed her into their home. Toffee is also gaining a big brother! Her new family plans to train her to be a therapy dog.
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It's official, Toffee is adopted and it's as if her story was written… in the stars!! 🌟 Toffee's parents met when her mom was the caregiver for her dad's disabled brother. Her dad was actually one of the rescuers who volunteered his time to help with her rescue too! 😍 Her new family will also be training her to be a therapy dog. And doesn't she look absolutely smitten with her brother?!! . #iamtoffeestribe #savetoffee #prayfortoffee #rescuetoffee #savetoffee #dogsofinstagram #rescuedog #adoptdontshop #animalrescue #deafpuppy #anewleashonlife #puppiesofinstagram #ihearthsv #barkhappy #catahoula #catahoulasofinstagram #aussie #aussiesofinstagram
Toffee made national news when she fell down a 50-foot hole in her foster parent’s yard on Lenlock Drive in Huntsville. Toffee was trapped for over 30 hours before rescue crews were able to pull her out.
Mead says six of Toffee’s litter mates are still up for adoption. If you’re interested in meeting them and potentially taking one home they will be at Petsmart in Jones Valley Saturday, July 14 from 12-4 p.m. and Sunday, July 15 from 1-4 p.m.