I’ve been looking to foster a dog and the Sacramento SPCA just had a dog get dropped off. She’s 14 years old and she was just surrendered by her owners. I fell in love with her as soon as I saw her. No, I’m not going to keep this dog so I’d love your support. So, we’re gonna head there now, but just fostering her. I would really love your help in helping me find her a forever home. 12 minutes away until we pick up his baby. She’s an oldie, an oldie but a goodie. Hey everyone, we are pulling in to the Sacramento SPCA to foster another dog. I’m super excited guys, I’m super excited. I’m excited to find this beautiful dog a home. Let’s do it. I just want to say, I met Marnie at one of my events about a year – it was about 13, 14 months ago and Marnie helped me find Tony, Queen and Penny and we stayed in touch. And yeah, it’s been awesome. Here we are and he’s going to help us out even more. Oh my God, KC. Oh my goodness, hi lovie. Can I say hi? Can we take her out? She’s a pretty color. She’s so beautiful. Is this the same pen that I played with Tony? Stop it! Yeah, this is where I played with Tony for the first time. She’s a very pretty color. Oh, thank you! Everything’s OK now. Everything is OK now. Marnie, what’s her story? How did she wind up here? So actually she ended up – she’s kind of a poster child for – we get a lot of older dogs now in our shelter. Yeah, Queen was an older pup. Queenie was an older girl too, yeah. And we actually have a more difficult time, especially when they’re the bigger dogs. She’s a big dog breed, she’s 14 years old and she was surrendered by unfortunately something that we get a lot, people move. Yeah. And then they either can’t take the dogs with them, they can’t afford the pet deposit. So they had her the entire 14 years. No way. Yeah, so it’s – we’re just hoping she can spend whatever amount of time that she has with a really loving family that will appreciate the wonderful dog that she is. Dogs just want to be with you, they just want to live with you. They do… OK, what do you think, girlfriend? I think she’s gonna be happy, gonna feed her the best food, all the massages and belly rubbies, you gonna loves it. You gonna loves it. Just in case she can’t hear me. Oh my Ggod, who is that? Pearlie. So Pearlie is wearing a cone because she actually just got a dental. Did she spend most of her time in a crate? She lived in a crate. Yeah, what’s her story? So, she was surrendered to us by her previous owners. So based on her history they provided, she was only allowed in two places, either in her crate or on a dog pillow. I want both. What? I want both. Both? Problem is we can’t foster two dogs, there’s a rule, you can only foster one dog. And I already gave KC my word. But we will see. Do you remember Mr. Lee? Hey, that’s a good girl. We’re gonna be fostering KC. We’re gonna find her a home. She’s 14 years old. Let’s find her a home. Little dilemma. Small dilemma. 5-pound dilemma. 7-year-old dilemma We have fallen in love with a dog, shocker. So I think we’re gonna see if we can convince them to let us foster both, KC and Pearlie. So since you guys are in a good mood, if it’s OK with you, we decided that I will foster KC under my name and help KC find a home and Sydney will foster Pearlie under her name. Oh, what a great idea. Is that cool? Fantastic, thank you! I am happy, I am so happy. So when I got her out of the kennel she did a play bow and she rolled over on her back and gave me her belly. This is like huge. You think she’s in a good mood? I’m so excited! Let’s go! We need those signs, instead of baby on board, it’s fosters on board. Oh my God, I would love that. Pearlie, pearlie pearls. I’ve never seen a happier dog. How could you leave this dog in a crate for the majority of its life? You mentioned this at the shelter and it’s a really good point. The owners of Pearlie told the staff at the SPCA that they kept her inside of a crate, I think they said 22 hours a day And then you said, “That’s what they were willing to tell you.” It’s crazy how you could keep this dog like all caged up all day. Why get a dog? What’s the point of getting a dog in the first place? Seriously, like I don’t understand. All right, so we’re almost home. Like, 30 seconds away from the house and we smell like the dogs, so we’re gonna go inside the house, our dogs are probably going to be full of energy, let them smell us, get used to all the smells, take them out so that they can release some of that energy and then we’ll introduce them to the dogs and we’ll go from there. Here we are pulling into the house now. Come on, Butters, Penny, here they are. In the house for the first time. You know I can’t resist Chihuahuas. Pearlie, do you like your home? She can see relatively well I think, right? And you were kept in a crate all day, in the shelter over a month, doesn’t like men. You don’t like men? She has a crush on Butters for sure, she hasn’t stopped following him. She’s like, “I just got out of the pen!”. You finished! Good girl, good job. Yeah, seriously.