To be patient is to have the capacity to accept a delay without upset or anger. This tolerance, and self-restraint, can be painful; however, to forgo patience can deny oneself the possibility for tremendous success and create a less than ideal outcome.
At two years of age, young Paco is displaying admirable forbearance. Now considered one of Summit County animal control’s longest residents, he is exhibiting tremendous patience as he awaits a forever-home, and a life he has never known. Anxious to meet his new family, 55-pound Paco longs for a handler that will love and value him; a pet parent that will make this terrier mix-breed boy a part of their world.
As Paco studies the map, he is reminded of where he is today but remains hopeful that tomorrow will bring blessings of a new home, a loving family and a best friend. Don’t delay … give Paco the life he was born to live, today.
Interested in adopting? Call 330-760-0763. Pay It Forward For Pets is a 501(C)3 nonprofit. Tax-deductible donations can be sent to: 751 Delaware Ave., Akron, OH, 44333. Visit: PayItForwardForPets.org