They're Cooper and Gus. And YES, they are indeed deaf brothers -- born to a deaf mother. Whoever the person is may not be aware that the mother is deaf or is aware and didn't think it would pass down to its litter. They have been neutered by the family as should all cats and dogs, be it deaf or hearing, in attempt to control the severity of overpopulation.Hey Gus, look up with me or we won't get any treat!
Faith's Hope Rescue to facilitate the screening of applicants in order to ensure that a home is a perfect match for them. I set up a day/time for us to meet with Jeanne and the dogs. Initially, I planned on fostering them and it was before we found out that Gus is not able to co-exist with any other animal but his brother. Advice was given to the family to hold on to them until a right home is found as shelters are the worst place to leave animals at. Their patience and willingness are appreciated.
Pah! We are synchronizing in response to Katherine's "sit" command in ASL