Friday, February 12, 2010


The idea behind bookends is to put things between them so they each hold up their end of the books, right? Although these two adorable little boys look as if they are waiting to have books stacked between them, they would spend their energy moving the books so they could be back rear to rear! They have always had just each other and are lost without one another. Causey is deaf and Dude lends his ears to his brother, always nudging him to do what he hears his foster Mom ask them to do.
They don't yet know how to play with toys, just each other. Dude is more than happy to take care of his brother and "play" with her. He is obviously a very loving young man who knows he has a purpose in this life.
BTRNC knows we are asking a lot for someone to take on 2 bostons at the same time. We also know from past experience that many of our adopters come back later for another, kinda like potato chips or popcorn - betcha can't have just one. If you are the right family for these two, you can have your second helping along with your first - save time and effort. That's not to say of course, that we object to third helpings in some cases.
George and Gracie were adopted together in 2004 by a wonderful family far from North Carolina. It was quite a transport but well worth it to place these two thriving siblings together. You can find a blog and happy ending updates on these two in our archives.
To look at two dogs, one who depends on the other and one who always makes sure the other is cared for has to be one of the sweetest of life's miracles. It's that warm fuzzy feeling you get whenever you watch one animal protect, love, or save another. The biggest lottery winning in the world can't deliver that.
Dude and Causey may gain some independence as their trust in their foster Mom grows and they may even learn to play with other things like toys. We are willing to bet however, that at the end of each day, these two bookends will find their way back to each other rear to rear!
Their bio on our available dogs page provides more details of the amazing bond between these two special dogs. If you are looking to double your return, please check them out and contact us.
Dude and Causey thank you and so do we.


At 2:29 PM, Anonymous teresa said...

Some of the best things come in pairs!! These little guys are adorable. I feel so badly for them and what they have gone through. I know BTRNC will find them a great loving family. Hang in there boys better days are coming.

At 3:23 AM, Anonymous Dog Training Loveland said...

This is a very informative post. The dogs are so adorable and they want to be near to each other. :) I love them.

At 1:37 PM, Blogger Sunshine said...

Hi Dude and Causey, Oh how I wish I could get my husband to turn his back long enough for me to adopt you. Since I work with people with special needs, you don't scare me a bit. But since I can't be your forever home, I will find a way to send some financial help your way. Lexi (my Boston), Icy (my Greyhound) and Jack (my Basenji) all send their love to you and hope that you get a forever home just like they do. One where you will be loved and spoiled rotten (in the right way of course). Praying for your new family to show up soon.

At 1:00 AM, Blogger Life With Dogs said...

You are tugging at my heartstrings!

At 11:31 AM, Blogger Jenna said...

These guys are adorable. I wish I had a house to take them in. They sounds like super special pups.


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