Today, we're publishing an alumni update we received this past summer, because it's never too late for a happy ending. Meg came to Washington Humane Society as a stray. She then went into foster care with Wendy Rukstalis in 2013 until she was officially adopted by Wendy in February 2014.
"Meg has had quite the adventure over the past year. She and I moved back home to Boston and Meg loves being a Bostonian! Her ride on the plane was a bit scary, but she was a brave little girl and happy to have found a new home.
She loved receiving boxes and was such a help unpacking, but we had to stop for many naps along the way. Meg had never experienced a winter like this past winter, with over 10 feet of snow. She liked to watch the snow fall during the day while mom worked from home.
As the seasons passed, she enjoyed some fresh summer air from the comfort of her own perch. She has become quite the Boston sports fan, but still has a part of D.C. in her. The Redskins are her second favorite team, after her beloved Patriots, of course!
Want to learn more about how to adopt from WHS or view our adorable adoptable animals? Visit the adoption page on our website at www.washhumane.org/adopt! Not ready to adopt? Consider sponsoring an animal!