Frankie originally came to the BC SPCA Quesnel & District Branch as a stray that had been found in Courtenay in November 2009. He had no identification to help reunite him with his family, nor had he been neutered; Frankie waited for many days, but no one came to claim him. Frankie then went to be neutered and at the same time he received a tattoo in his ear so if he ever got loose again it would be easy to find his family.
About six weeks later Frankie was adopted into a home that was very happy to have him. Unfortunately there was some difficult decisions made and this family had to move to a new home where pets were not allowed and Frankie was brought back to try and be readopted.
Lucky for Frankie he was not only a very handsome man, but had a great personality to match. He was quickly snapped up by a family in April 2010 and they couldn’t be happier with their decision.
We adopted Frankie on the 3rd of April 2010 from the SPCA in Quesnel. Frankie is a Terrier Chow cross and weighs in at 76 lbs. Frankie has been a great addition to our home and gets along well with our female rotty and cats.
I take Frank on our boat when we go out on the lake and he is walked every day and allowed to run free in the country side. Frankie sleeps on the futon in the spare room and has more or less adopted it so I nicknamed him the futon fox.
When we go for walks Frankie has an uncanny ability to collect items from peoples yards and bring them home,some of the items collected to date include dolls, teddy bears, soccer balls, road hockey balls and every type of bone imaginable.
Frankie is my constant companion and a joy to be with. I would like to thank all the staff at the Quesnel branch.
Bill and Margot
Frankie sure is living the high life now; roaming around country sides, going for boat rides, and having the opportunity to enjoy fine collectables. Thank you Bill and Margot for making Frankie’s life complete and for giving him a stable home to relax in and enjoy.