This year, Letters introduced a new feature: CAMP Critters. As part of this issue focusing on community, and in honor of our coverage of the pet-friendly retail in the area, it seemed appropriate to catch up with some critters in the queue. If you’ve submitted, you’re in the hopper! Keep your submissions coming. We’ll continue to capture shots when we can.
Heath: One Smart Kat!
Heath is a genuine cuddle bug and loves being social when Tim and Mike have guests. As you can see, he’s just exhausted from reading a recent issue of Letters.
FUN FACT When he’s not cuddling or napping Heath likes to chase his older brother Ben around.
Gracie: Wiggles in Delight
Gracie is a one and half year old golden retriever with no ability to sit still. She loves her steak medium rare with crab meat, and she knows that martinis with Michael are at 5pm.
FUN FACT When she is excited, she wiggles.
Katie: Think Big!
Katie is a cockapoo rescue. She is a certified therapy dog who lives with Jack and Bob, and works with Alzheimer’s patients at a local memory care center.
FUN FACT She loves treats and although she is only 12 pounds, she thinks she is a very large dog!
Pua and Lani: Two-Headed Beast
Pua (top) was rescued from Alabama. Lani (bottom) was rescued from West Virginia, but their names are Hawaiian (flower and heavenly, respectively) because Robb and Mike love all things Hawaiian.
FUN FACT Ever since Pua met Lani—in February—they have played like this.
Interested in having your critter(s) featured in Letters from CAMP Rehoboth? Send a high resolution picture (300 dpi) along with their name(s) and one fun fact to firstname.lastname@example.org.