Prince was a sweetheart! He loved his people and nothing pleased him more than spending his day with them. Prince loved the backyard and the house – his two favorite places to be.
Prince’s foster family noticed that Prince displayed signs of being abused when he first came to their home, but he learned he could trust them and loved the petting he would receive from them. Prince loved toys and large Kong tennis balls. He loved to play housekeeper and would pick up any clothing you may have had laying around, mostly socks and towels. He loved looking for a bunny, seeing a bunny, chasing a bunny, catching a bunny – anything that had to do with a bunny. Prince also loved to be talked to.
Prince had so much love to give and brought great joy to many. The tough life he had prior to RAGOM disappeared the moment he entered RAGOM. Prince wanted and needed a very simple life, which RAGOM provided for him. Four years is a long time for a dog to be in a rescue, but RAGOM’s dedication to keeping Prince safe, secure and loved, with a wonderful foster family that loved him, was priority. Prince’s foster family’s plans were to adopt Prince, prior to his passing, but he became sick very quickly and within less than a few hours they had to say their goodbyes.
His family wrote, “We are forever grateful that RAGOM picked us to be Prince’s Mom and Dad. He will forever be our ‘Poo or Momma’s Boy’. Prince was adopted by us posthumously. Rest in peace our sweet boy; we love you!!” You were loved Prince. So very loved.