After showing them all of our dogs and having a nice visit with them, Patsy told us, "We definitely want to adopt Jethro Tull. Earlier in the week when we had looked at your website and I saw Jethro, Jerry printed out an 8x10 of him for me. I knew he was the one the minute that I saw his picture and..."
When Jethro's adoption papers had been signed, in The Okay Corral, Tony and I jumped into Kermit and they followed us in their big, fancy pickup to Jethro Tull's and Tuesday Weld's pen, so Tony could put their collar and leash on him.
After Tony had put Jethro's dog tags on their new dog collar for him, Tony put Jethro in the alley and put on his new collar and leash and Jethro was uncontrollably happy about it, because I know he knew that he had found his forever-loving family. When Tony came out of the alley with Jethro I took this picture of them and then Jethro jumped into the backseat of their four door truck, because he could not wait to go to his new home and never see us again. And it made Brandon laugh.
When I returned to The Cabin the phone rang and it was Kinky. "Nance, I am at the airport. I've decided to come home a day early and I should be back at the ranch late this afternoon." Which thrilled me. Then I thrilled Kink when I told him about Jethro's awesome adoption and how much Tony and I had liked the couple who adopted him.