February 19th: Koala has been adopted by his amazing foster mom! Congratulations, little guy! You deserve this! Thank you so much for loving Koala so well and giving him a safe, forever home, Doris. What a happy ending! :)
February 4th: Koala is STILL waiting! His foster says he's come so far, and that he deserves a forever home. if you are interested in meeting his fuzzy little dude, please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
January 20th: Koala is loving life and loving his foster home! He is really beginning to open up, and learning how to trust people. Koala would love to find that special forever home where he could live his life as the pampered pooch he deserves to be!
December 24th: Koala is doing VERY well in foster care. He is learning how to trust people and becoming more and more loving each and every day! Koala got a nice haircut recently, so that his new fur will grow in soft and clean. A fresh start for his fresh new life!
December 1st: Koala went into foster care today! A huge thank you to Doris for taking such good care of this precious little dog! Check back often for updates and progress reports on this little guy!
November 27th: Koala Bear is still waiting at Asan, although he had some nice girls visit with him and spend some time cuddling him on Saturday. I think with the right person to help him through his issues, Koala Bear would make a quiet, dignified companion. This little man does not deserve to live out the rest of his life at a shelter: he has already been waiting for so long. Please give him a chance!
Koala Bear is a cute and tiny pup (he wouldn't be more than 3 kgs!) who is, unfortunately, really shy. If he wasn't, I'm sure he would have been snapped up ages ago because he is so, so cute! He only needs a kind and patient home and he'd come out of his shell. Will you be the one to give him a chance?
He lived up on the hill so he didn't get out very often (or ever) because he doesn't like to be touched much. He'll let you pat him under his chin though and take treats from your hand, but if someone had the time to visit her a few times and sit with him then I'm sure he'd get more friendly.
He's not a high energy dog so he'd suit someone who's a bit of a homebody, and he'd make a great winter cuddler with his fuzzy fur. Winter outside is often too cold for little ones like him so he'd be very pleased to have a warm home.
If you want to foster a dog then please think of little Koala Bear. It would be really rewarding to help him get over his fears and he's one of the ones who really NEEDS a home before it gets too cold.