Tucker’s Lucky Day?

Tucker went to his second adoption fair over the weekend, and this time Foster Mom was lucky enough to be able to attend as well.  This one was held at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, and was the second time the event was held.  Last year, they adopted out FIFTY animals!  You heard right…five-zero.  Amazing! 

We got to meet some great people and volunteers from other local animal rescue groups, and we had a great time.  There was one amazing volunteer there who did nothing but walk around and take wonderful pictures of the dogs.  We even got our foster family portrait taken, which is definitely the only one we have!

We didn’t stay until the end of the event because Tucker was, well “tuckered,” but by the time we left they had adopted out 27 dogs and 6 cats, and they still had an hour to go.  I don’t want to spill the beans or get my hopes up too early, buuuuuuuuut….let’s just say that Tucker put his best paw forward, and made some new friends of his own. 

Then he came home and did this:


Play hard, sleep hard.  This is the way of the Tucker.

**UPDATE** Final number of adoptions from Saturday’s event is 47, including 34 dogs and 13 cats. This number doesn’t even include pending adoptions, to families who may have turned in an application to a rescue (like Agape) that has an adoption process, and doesn’t adopt on site. What an amazing number of adoptions!

To adopt Tucker, contact Agape Animal Rescue.



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4 responses to “Tucker’s Lucky Day?

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