Georgia Peach Fuzz

Enjoying a fall walk πŸ™‚ Photo by Foster Dad

One of the most precious things about our red Georgia girl, are the little surprises of white thrown in around her body. Her nose, her tummy, her feet, and her tail… little white flashes that break up the red, like the first pure snow flakes of winter, brushing upon amber-hued leaves that still lie on the autumn ground.

Nightly tummy rubs

The patch of white on her tummy feels like cashmere beneath your hands. Or, more appropriately, as soft as the delicate fuzz on a Georgia peach. Where her red coat is sleek, smooth and shiny, the white spots almost disappear beneath your hands. To rest your head on her tummy is to brush your cheek against the inside of your favorite sweatshirt; soft, warm, and worn with love.

Did you notice this special marking?

Most adorable? The tip of her tail, just the end dipped in white, as it thumps quickly against her sides when she greets you. Back and forth, back and forth… thump thump, thump thump.

To read about Georgia is not to fully know her, but to meet her, is to truly love her.

If you think you might know someone that would be interested in adopting our sweet girl Georgia, please share her story! Any questions about Georgia or the adoption process can be directed to me (Stephanie!) at sel1490@gmail.com.

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