Tiny Tim (adopted) and Jim (adopted)
Marjo came to Crete a some months ago on a road trip vacation from Finland with the hopes to relax and help us where she can.
Within the first couple of days she was here, we received two teeny tiny newborns from the Hellenic Navy base.
Jill had them for a week or two and then they went to Marjo.
Marjo was “fostering”.
Then COVID happened and Marjo was stuck here a bit longer than expected, all the while caring for this little brother duo, Tiny Tim and Jim as Jill named them.
When requests for adoption began pouring in for them Marjo announced she was keeping Jim. And a short time after that Tim too.
What a pleasant surprise!
Now Marjo, having a full vacation under her belt is getting ready to drive back to Suomiland, plus two Greeks.
I spent a little time with them today and I have never seen such a tight and loving bond.
Thank you Marjo for being that strong, nurturing woman that you are.
Have a wonderful life boys, with Marjo it could not be anything less❤️
If you are looking for a small dog, here is it!!!
Tim is ready – are You?
‘Tiny Tim’ was found dumped with his brother Jim. They have both been in a fantastic foster home & have lots of time, love & attention every day. So they are now very friendly, well-adjusted puppies. Jim is going home with the foster. Tim is ready to find his own family. Please consider if it could be You….
He will stay a small kokoni type, yes even though their faces do look like they have a bit of shepherd dog in them! Probably only 8kgs or so when adult. Tim is a boy, sensitive, yet determined, very fun, lively with typical puppy energy spurts, he also loves cuddles. He has a couple of dog friends already & is interested in other dogs. He loves the company of his brother, so would likely go very well with an adult, maybe female, dog. He likes to walk & play, & he really likes to fall asleep on his person. He would enjoy some training, he may well like agility for instance, as he’s a bright little thing.
Late in 2019 these 2 tinies were found dumped at the Naval hospital in Souda, where people cared enough to beg Elizabeth to take them. Probably weigh 600g each at the moment, maybe 4-5 weeks old. As you can see they are doing fine, eating, sleeping, pooping, playing. Safe in foster, they will, of course, need homes later. At the moment they are simply known as ‘white toes’ & ‘twin’!