This page will honor our beloved furry friends who have passed on.
Teddy was recently adopted by a wonderful family who loves him as much as his foster mom did. According to his new mom, when Teddy wants to cuddle (which is most of the time), his new family fights over whose turn it is to hold him.
Thank you for giving Teddy a loving forever home!
We found her at PetsMart in Peachtree City and immediately thought, she was the one. She had coffee markings on white fur so we called her Latte. We were deliberately looking for another dog as I had lost my Aussie from cancer. ..but was unsure that any dog could measure up to my previous dog. We could tell Latte liked people and seemed gentle so we went with her… I live in a duplex and my friends share her with me. She was raised with twin babies who she considered her puppies. It was obvious to us that she loved children because of how she treated the babies and when we took her hiking or for walks…she would pulled to children and want to hang out with them. Because of her personality, Latte has become a registered animal-assisted therapy dog and we are involved in a library reading program through a wonderful organization called CareingPaws… Life with Latte has been wonderful and fun. And Latte is such a gift to us and our friends. Thank you Fayette Humane Society and all the volunteers …..you have given so many of us, fur treasures.
This is Musetta, my wonderful cat. Her original name was Elizabeth. Her name comes from one of the singers in the Puccini Opera, LaBoheme …Little play on words..as it is pronounced Mew-setta.
Musetta and my dog Latte came to their home together at the end of February, 2010. They love playing together and are great friends.
Musetta loves to cuddle and is a great companion…she has beautiful, silky fur…and is just a wonderful cat….Thankful to have her…
Pictured is Jordan Whiteman and his family’s Chihuahuas, Taco and Belle. (Belle was adopted from the FCHS several years ago.) Jordan, a third grader, is a member of the Pay it Forward Club at Peachtree City Elementary School and as a project for their club, the school collected pet food and other needed items to donate to the FCHS. The club is under the direction of Ms. Wood and Ms. Bernard who do such a great job exposing students to various charities in the community as well as those with life challenges. FCHS volunteer, Karen Arkin, was invited to speak to the group about what the FCHS does as well as to answer some very thoughtful student questions about animals. The students were also very excited to share stories about their own pets, showing how compassionate and caring young people are about the well being of our four legged friends. Thank you Pay It Forward Club and students and staff of Peachtree City Elementary School for your generosity and willingness to help the animals in our community.