Convincedthat the shelter environment was no place for a senior like Morgan to peacefully live out his final days, staffers did everything they could to find this pup a new home.
Just when all hope seemed lost, one lucky lady wandered into Morgan’s life.
The shelter reached out on Morgan’s behalf toSenior Paws Sanctuary, an organization that helps connect senior dogs with foster parents.
Through SPS, Morgan met Kate.
As Kate Reidy, Morgan’s now-foster mom, told The Dodo,”LCDAS called SPS to inform us that an elderly, unadoptable dog had arrived and wanted to know if we could help him. The founder and organizer of SPS went to see Morgan and fell in love.”
Based on his age alone, Kate thought Morgan would just be a quiet and sleepy little family addition…boy was she wrong!
Paling around with his new ten-year-old foster brother, Charlie, little Morgan’s energy levels seems to exponentially grow with each passing day.
“I joke and say Morgan has Benjamin Button disease,” Kateexplained. “He has gotten more active, livelier and his personality has grown in the past year of fostering him.”
“Most people don’t believe his age!”
To keep things interesting for ever-active Morgan, Kate decided to compile a of fun tasks for the two of them to do together in these last days, months, or maybe even years that Morgan has left.