It’s FBRN’s very own New Year’s baby! Sweet puppy Kupa is available for adoption, and he just might break the interwebs with a potentially lethal doses of cuteness.
Kupa was surrendered to FBRN when his previous guardian did not feel equipped to care for a visually impaired dog. Indeed, those beautiful brown eyes of his are mostly decorative—while Kupa can see things in bright light and from a distance, he has a hard time seeing things close up. But Kupa doesn’t let it get him down! He’s a sweet, happy-go-lucky little fellow who is surprising laid-back for a puppy. A bit of running around outside is fun, but mostly he just wants to be cuddled. If you’re feeling a little chilly this winter and need a lap warmer, you couldn’t do better than Kupa!
Kupa lives with a dog, a cat, and two young children in his foster home, and he gets along famously with all of them. He loves playing with his canine foster sibling, and enjoys cuddling with her, too (although his first choice is always a human lap). He could adapt to just about any type of home, so long as he gets plenty of attention and his new family is up to the task of puppy training. Indeed, Kupa’s sole fault (if you could call it that) is that he’s still not quite clear on this whole “going potty outside” thing. But he’s learned his name and a couple commands, so we know he’s got it in him! Positive reinforcement training (plus a healthy dose of patience) will be key to helping Kupa become the best little dog he can be.
Foster mom tells us, “This little guy has been a great pleasure to have in our home and will be missed tremendously. We have been doing our best to train him, love on him and make him a well-rounded puppy. He is very lovable, playful and sweet. His vision impairment does not hold him back and he doesn’t know any different. He will do best in a home with other pets to play with!”
Well heck, we’re convinced! If you are too, and think that you could provide the perfect home for Kupa, please fill out an application to adopt and tell us why. Just be prepared to travel—Kupa is warming laps in the Peach State of Georgia and will not be shipped.
FBRN dogs are in foster care in people’s private homes. For the foster families’ safety, we do not disclose specific locations, and we don’t set up meet and greets prior to applications. For detailed information about the dogs in our care, please read the extensive bios on each dog.