A 501(c)3 not for profit charitable organization that finds forever, loving homes for retired Greyhound racing dogs in the Kansas City area.


Darling Malia


Hi, this is Malia here, and I must tell you about all these new things that I’ve seen and discovered over the past two weeks! But where do I begin…..

Everything made me nervous to begin with, all these new people, different sounds and smells, a girl just didn’t know how to react. But y’know, it was all good stuff….a comfortable place to sleep, good food, lots of TLC, so it didn’t take me long to get used to it all and come back for more.

And then there’s outside….even the grass is soft and good to lay on, especially if there’s someone there to rub my tummy or my neck, and tell me what a pretty girl I am!

We also go out for something called “a walk”, now THAT’S special! I get to sniff at all kinds of things – well, most of them! – and go and go and go. There’s all kinds of things I want to visit on the way, some of them climb trees and others are on a leash just like me, only little (and they yap!), but I get talked out of that pretty quickly by my foster mom, she says I have squeaky toys in the toy box at home, whatever that means. I don’t mind as we get to walk further and there’s always more stuff to investigate.

Perhaps foster mom means the fuzzy things that I am allowed to run around with, and some of them make weird noises! Those ones seem to disappear after everyone goes to bed, but that’s ok, there’s always tomorrow with more of this good life! Now I’m getting used to it, it’s been so much fun, getting to know people who all seem to love me!