My Luna girl was brought up from down south by Road Trip Home to AWS back in the summer of 2018. Just one day before being euthanized, Road Trip Home saved her life. I adopted her after just one day at AWS at just 4 months old. I had just moved out on my own and wanted a pup to keep me company. Boy, did she do just that. Luna and I were inseparable for 4 years. She came to work with me everyday at my office, went for walks everyday with me, we began training together, specifically agility training. As a husky/pit mix, she had a ton of energy and we both wore each other out by the end of the day. She was the perfect companion for me. Very polite and well-behaved when needed, but was always, and I mean always, down for an adventure. We went on so many adventures in her 4.5 years. Just after her 4th birthday, Luna began to show signs of an illness and was diagnosed with liver disease. We quickly began treatments, but nothing worked and her time had come. She unfortunately passed very abruptly in the summer of 2022, just three weeks after her 4-year “gotcha day” anniversary. Luna lived a very full and happy life and I miss her every day. She was my soulmate in dog form. I have supported AWS for the last two years since her passing and I will continue to do so, in her memory. Thank you for saving Luna’s life and allowing her to have 4 years with me. I loved every minute of it and I was so lucky to have her as a best friend. I will always continue to share her story because it is so important to remember that time is never promised. Please spend as much time as you can with your fur babies. It is also important to rescue whenever possible. Luna changed my life and I was lucky enough to be able to change hers. She was the most grateful and loving pet I’ve ever had.