QUAKERTOWN, Pa. (WPVI) --Jackie Ulun found her perfect match, Slinky, at the Last Chance Ranch in Quakertown..
She said, "He came and jumped right on my lap and gave me kisses and I said I'm taking him. He is the sweetest most loving little boy."
The two are inseparable.
"He's my baby. He goes down the shore with me in the summer. He's been to my school before, he's been to church, so he goes everywhere with me," said Jackie.
And when Slinky isn't by Jackie's side, he keeps company in his brother Rex.
"They get along great. They play with each other. They sleep next to each other," added Jackie.
Slinky misses him whenever he's not with him.
Last Chance Ranch was established in 1989 to help horses. 27 years later, the rescue now has everything from barnyard animals to your average house pet.
AnnMarie Petitto-Thomas is the Kennel Manager of Last Chance Ranch
She said, "Macho pretty self-explanatory. Look at this beast right. He also came in as a stray and he's delightful,"
Mimi was also a stray.
"She's loving she's outgoing. She loves everybody, loves other animals," said AnnMarie.
This big guy is Caesar, a Newfoundland puppy known as a Newfie.
AnnMarie said, "He's technically still a puppy, so he basically has that puppy personality. He is a big boy, but he is a love."
Lexi is paralyzed in her hind legs, but with her wheelchair, she can stay on the move.
AnnMarie says, "She's got a great personality. Just a happy dog. Just very curious and loving to all the volunteers. And Everybody loves her."
If you're interested in or any of the animals you've met today you can visit the Last Chance Ranch website.
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