Wally crossed the rainbow bridge on February 18, 2017.
It’s with a heavy heart to say that another angel got his wings. How foster Wally is now running with his brothers and sisters. He was such a special little man who someone took his life as he would know it away, but came to us to find his forever home and know what it’s like to be part of a grumble. We love him soo much and he will forever be in our hearts. He was my first foster and mine and Audrey Kelsch first as a couple. We love you little man. RIP
Original Story | 06.29.2016
Wally came to us in a not so good mood. He was abandoned, neglected, and had a major injury to his spine. That injury left him with little use of his back legs. Wally was scared and lonely, not knowing where he was. We showed him love and spent time easing him into his new home. PROS got him a wheelchair on loan from the shelter where he was left, then eventually got his own wheels. He has turned out to be a very special pug in our crazy family. Wally loves all the other pugs and loves his kitty brothers and sister too. He has settled in very nicely and now wags his tail when we come to see him. He loves his belly rubs the most.