Unfortunately, I am unable to give any firm updates on Jack and Brook. Why? Because both fosters aren't as forthcoming with answers as we would like them to be. Different fosters work differently. Some are very cooperative and easy to work with. Others need a lot of... er... space and distance. In the case of Jack and Brook, their fosters are somewhat resistant to being probed, however gently, with questions.
All I know of Jack is this... that he has been adopted out. I don't know who he has been given to. I don't know if the adopters are responsible owners. I don't know if the home is safe and secure for Jack. I don't know how Jack is coping in the new environment or if the family has had any trouble caring for Jack. I can only hope that the foster has looked into all this thoroughly and that Jack is very comfortable where he is.
What about Brook?
At the AVA Road Show, there was a nice gentleman who came round to our booth once to study our posters. A while later, he came back again to study them some more. I approached him and asked if he was interested in adopting a cat. He explained that he had adopted a 3-legged cat named Sam from CWS before. He feels that Sam is growing increasingly lonely. He is now just starting to think about taking in a companion for Sam... another 3-legged cat to keep Sam company.
He didn't want to commit to an answer there and then. So I gave him CWS' contact details and told him that any time he was ready, we would be most happy to put him in touch with Brook's foster.
That is all for now. If I somehow learn anymore about Brook... if that gentlemen did return for him, I will surely let all of you know.
Okay... to continue with the AVA Road Show...
A pair of handsome long-haired Daschunds
Is that an Ewok?!