Wes and I are both perfectionists. Good thing we both are, otherwise we'd probably drive each other crazy. It was bugging us that Topher and Tanker's picture would be too small on their old business card, so we decided to redo them and make the picture better. Wes is at work. I took this project on myself. Then Wes text me and said we need to advocate our passion of rescuing animals through Tanker and Topher, which we have discussed many of times though our therapy dog training. What better way than to do it on their cards? So we did. I think my rescue friends will be proud.
Here is us advocating everything we stand for in life: John, he was the BEST example of loving others whole heartedly and valuing the important things in life. The quote on the back is for John and our dedication to living the life he lived. John also rescued a lot of animals in his lifetime. When he passed away, he had several rescues living with him. The quote is also for Blondie, who passed away last summer. That quote came out of a journal I bought to write in after Blondie passed away. The color of the cards are for Blondie. I bought her a collar identical to that design when Wes was deployed once. Blondie, the cats, and I were all decked out in red, white, and blue for Wes' fourth homecoming from a deployment. Blondie passed away in the collar last summer. The colors are also to represent Wes and his dedication to serving our country. We are a military family. Wes takes pride in his service to our great nation.
Therapy dog work is our way of wrapping our life's purpose all into one thing: rescuing animals, helping others who have been through what we have, spreading God's love without judgement just as God instructed us to. I hope the cards we pass out are a reflection of what we stand for.
About The Foster Zoo
- Lindsay, Wes, and The Zoo Crew
- We have decided to blog our adventures again. So much has changed since we last blogged. Bella and Shiloh both went to their forever homes and they are in wonderful families. June Bug got adopted. We quit fostering dogs after those adoptions because Tanker's epilepsy got bad. We quit doing therapy dog work because Tanker's epilepsy got bad. Tanker passed away June 9th, 2013. We adopted a senior border collie named Shania Tankerbelle in his memory. We still have our two cats, Sweet Pea and Little Bit. Wes has started rescuing pitiful bettas from Wal-Mart and we currently have seven. We have a camper. We camp. We have focused on giving our animals the best lives possible. We are The Foster Zoo Crew and we like to have fun.