Sydney was being fostered near Chicago, Illinois so she had to begin her journey very early in the morning. GABR Transporter Cheryl started on the road at 6:30am with Sydney to bring her to Bloomington, IL to HDD and I (2 hours). We were the second leg of her transport to her fur-ever home with us traveling 2 hours south to Effingham, Illinois where we met up with GABR Transporter Jan who was then going to drive Sydney to Mt. Vernon, Illinois where she would meet up with her fur-ever family then make her last journey to her fur-ever home in Harrisburg, Illinois. Sydney was a very special girl and we would have never known she was even in the BUV with us during her transport. She was so happy to meet everyone and didn't seem to know a strange face. If there was one I could have kept, it could have been her but I knew she had a great new life ahead of her. See Sydney is absolutely terrified of thunderstorms and loud noises. But she has the perfect family as her Dad will be home all day with her and while he works at night she will have the company of her Grandma. Sydney will never be left home alone again, to suffer through any storms by herself.
Sydney getting ready for her last leg of her transport.
HDM giving lots of snuggles and hugs to Sydney before we said Good-Bye
We wish you nothing but the best in your new home, you deserve to be treated like a Queen.