Tomorrow is CEO Olivia’s Gotcha Day

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Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. Tomorrow is a special day here at Knotty Toys for Good Dogs. It was on February 19th, 2011 that I was adopted by my huMom from the Quinte Humane Society. I had been there for three very long months before she showed up looking for a companion for my late fur bro Micky Moo Man. I called him, “Moo Moo” & he was a wooftastic furriend.

Me & Moo Moo

When I arrived at the shelter, my name was Molly & everyone called me that name. But my huMom renamed me Olivia after Olivia the Pig. She has an “I can do anything” attitude that comes from knowing she is loved. I still remember that upon arriving at my new home, as soon as I found it, I leaped on my huMom’s bed, declaring it to be mine too. My huMom took the picture below of me, capturing the moment. You can see I’m still wearing a pink collar from the Humane Society.

Since that day, my huMom has been the light of my life & she tells me she feels the same about me. I know that I’m loved, I have my pack & I know I never have to fight that epi-monster alone. I’m so very grateful that she chose to adopt instead of shopping for a new companion. Still, there are many other “Molly’s” out there waiting in a shelter for their forever home.

Tomorrow we will celebrate my gotcha day with lots of treats & then, a nap on my bed. 😉

CEO Olivia ❤

It’s Olivia’s Gotcha Day

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CEO Olivia here. Today I am most excited. It was on this day that I was adopted by my huMom from the Quinte Humane Society back in 2011. I had been there for three long months before she showed up looking for a companion for my late fur bro Micky Moo Man.

While at the shelter, everyone called me Molly. My huMom renamed me Olivia after Olivia the Pig. Olivia has an “I can do anything” attitude that comes from knowing she’s loved.

It was a long time ago but I do remember that upon arriving at my new home, as soon as I found it, I leaped on my huMom’s bed, declaring it mine too. My huMom took this picture of me, capturing the moment. You can see I’m still wearing my pink collar from the Humane Society.  The picture at the top is from later that day after huMom removed “Molly’s” collar. 💜

Since that day, my huMom has been the light of my life & she tells me she feels the same about me. I know that I’m loved, I have my pack & I know I never have to fight that epi-monster alone.

I’m off to celebrate with a run in the woods followed by a special cake & then a nap, on my bed. 😉

CEO Olivia

Until Midnight tonight, February 19th, we will be donating our sales profits to the Wally Foundation for Canine Epilepsy, a non profit who educate, advocate & assists qualifying individuals & organizations such as rescues & shelters with the costs of medication & medical costs.


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