Not much is known about Betty’s early life. Betty is thought to be around 10-14 years old. Betty was found as a stray in Ohio and rescued by “Sophia’s Grace Foundation”. There Betty was welcomed into an amazing foster home of Keely and Bill in Pennsylvania. Betty thrived in the foster home with so much compassion and love from Keely, Bill, her foster siblings, Jane and Paul and many foster fur siblings. Cheryl saw Betty’s profile and instantly fell in love. Betty came to Indiana to be a part of the Roadruck family on 8/14/21. Betty, although mostly blind and hard of hearing didn’t let that stop her she was determined and navigated her way around her new home. Betty would have fun bursts of energy and then go jump in her bed. Betty was the kindest, most gentle soul we have had the pleasure of knowing. She was always laid back and go with the flow. Betty loved cuddling with her dad, Ed, and of course receiving treats. Betty liked car rides, napping, laying in the sun, cuddling with her people and poop sliding was her thing! Betty didn’t hurry for much and we lovingly joked that we were on “Betty time”. Betty taught us many things in her short time with us, patience, slow down and smell the Roses, and to give and accept love even though you may be afraid. Betty is survived by her fur sister, Abeni, her human brothers, parents, Cheryl and Ed, foster parents Keely and Bill and foster siblings; Jane, Paul and many fur siblings.
Betty is loved and missed tremendously.
We are better because of her, don’t hesitate to adopt and love a senior dog. I’m certainly glad we had the time we did with Betty, I only wish she would have stayed longer.
Donations can be made to “Sophia’s Grace Foundation” in Betty’s honor.