Hoya's story starts on Oct 17th when he first arrived at the shelter. Unfortunately, I didn't get to meet Hoya back then, but someone from the public found him running around and dropped him off at the shelter as a stray. No one ever came for him so he became available for adoption. The trainer described him as an active young male who is both friendly and social. He seemed to ignore cats and did ok with some dogs and needed to learn a few manners. Hoya stayed at the shelter until he was adopted in the beginning of December. His time was short with his new family and he was brought back maybe 2 weeks later =(
Right now Hoya is really struggling with being stuck in a kennel all day. He is stressing himself out, pacing and barking. He seems to barely eat and is on alert all day long. He can't seem to relax at all. Today I took him from the Zona Rosa location to the shelter for a little bit of a break. He had a nice peaceful car ride and enjoyed the one on one time. We were able to let him play with a couple of dogs to try and wear him out. I really tried to show him off to potential adopters, but today wasn't his day. He finally took a little nap on the way back to Zona, I was happy to see him tired. I tried hard not to cry when I left him today, but I just want the best for him. I will be back at Zona tomorrow to spend more time with his precious face!
Hoya is absolutely wonderful and I know there is the perfect family for him, they just don't know that he is at Zona waiting for them. If anyone is looking for AWESOMENESS, please tell them about Hoya. He deserves lots of love and attention!!!