Today, March 18, 2009, marks the 4th
birthday of our precious addition to the family, Miss Wrigley Milby.
She has been such a blessing to my husband and I, as well as her
brother and sister, Mason and Lily. From her much extended
morning/afternoon naps, to her nighttime kisses before bed, she has
made us smile at least once each day since the day we rescued her.
It’s sometimes very hard for us to comprehend how such a loving pug
could have been such a burden for another family at one point in
time. The major negative habits that Wrigley was labeled as having
when she was surrendered have never once reared their face in our
household. She has had only one potty accident in our household in
almost three months. Furthermore, it was claimed that this little
girl did not like being held or receiving affection. Miss Wrigley
loves snuggling with her forever family- so much in fact that my
husband and I just bought a king size bed for more sleeping space at
night and for the babies during the day of course (since all they
like to do is sleep). Little Miss Wrigley could also give kisses all
day long, leading us to entertain the thought of entering her into
the “best kisser” contest at this year’s Pugapolooza.
This is truly the story of a wonderful, charming little girl who had
just been denied some much deserved love and attention throughout
her life. She is our Wrig Pig, Snuggle Bug, Wriggle Piggles, Wrigley
Piggley, Miss Wrigley, wriggle worm, and most importantly, our pride
and joy. We love Wrigley and thank KPR for their existence. Another
pug’s life changed for the better. Thank you for all you do.
Garrett & Jetona Milby