Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Newbie Enters the Learning Curve at Col. Potter!

Written by a CP Intakes Coordinator

Newbie, a handsome 7 year old Red Wheaten Male

“Newbie” - Originated in the British Isles in the 1800s as slang for the “new boy”.  It has now become commonly used for anyone “new” to something, such as technology, the workplace, or even a Foster Home that can't remember the new furkid's name!  Many long term Foster Moms and Dads can relate to that, I'm sure!

This past weekend, Newbie, a 7 year old Wheaten boy, joined Col. Potter.  He has been a very well loved boy, and he came to rescue only because it was time for his owner make a change in living arrangements that often happens as time marches on.  Sadly, due to “rules”, Newbie couldn't make the move, but Col. Potter welcomed him with open arms.  He arrived to his Foster Home, ready to start the next chapter of his life.

Newbie is a typical Cairn that loves belly rubs, digging holes, chasing critters, and cuddles.  He likes people and uses his good looks to charm everyone he meets.

Please welcome the newest boy in town - Newbie!

Col. Potter Needs a Few More Study Halls for displaced Cairns! 
Please Volunteer to Foster and help ease the learning curve for every Cairn in need!

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