Buster, Scooter and Cat might not keep gratitude journals (it’s hard to write with paws, after all!) but they will spend every day showing how thankful they are for their forever families.
| Bucks County Courier Times
Thanksgiving is finally here, and pets everywhere are rejoicing. It’s the most wonderful time of the year for dogs and cats, filled with food, family and cozy nights.
Buster Brown, Cat and Scooter are all thankful to be safe and warm in their foster homes. The only thing they could appreciate even more is a forever home and family.
Cat is especially grateful for romps at the park, chasing frisbees, and rides in the car. Sound strange? Cat is actually a dog! One-year-old Cat doesn’t really care what you call him, as long as you don’t call him late for Thanksgiving dinner.
Cat is a happy-go-lucky guy who was found as a stray. His finder noted that he was easy to handle, walks well on a leash, is friendly to other dogs, and even seems to like cats. Cat picked up a laceration on his back during his time on the street, but even that didn’t get him down. His wound