Tuesday, March 8, 2011

CP foster Corky is settling in at his foster home!

Written by Corky's foster mom
Note from CP blogger: As you can see, CP foster Corky needs some extra TLC for his skin and lack of fur issues. Thanks to our special foster mom in Ohio for volunteering to help him out!

Corky's intake picture

Corky rests

Corky is happy to be more comfortable

...anyone want to send him some sympathy?

Corky is really a nice little boy and he definitely deserves to feel more comfortable that he had in years. He fits in here as if he's been here for months. He's really a good little kidletwho gives kisses and loves to be talked baby talk to. His sweet little tail wags and wags when I murmur sweet nothings in his ears.

He (obviously) likes Gilly's bed. That's Gilly's bed under the terry tablecloth as well as a bed pad underneath that. It's easy to pop the covers on the bed and in Corky's crate and his jammies in the washing machine every few days.

I am waiting for a bit longer to give him his CP blankie in his bed. I will send photos at that time. I think he's doing well on lots of protein, meds, and comfy surroundings. I do believe he's got some hair growing on his tail.

Corky is being fostered in Ohio and you can click here to learn more about him and the other cairns available for adoption.

1 comment:

Shansie Sherazi said...

He looks super sweet. What happened to cause his skin/fur issues?