Under Zindler's foster care, Boo learned to trust again and seemed eager to reclaim the love of a human companion, which she had sadly been denied.
"She began to greet me with a happy dance when I came home and the day I got her first tail wag and first tentative kisses was a milestone," Zindler wrote on her blog, The Bark. "She started following me around the house wanting to be near but she still had a long way to go and continued to be resistant to touch most of the time."
But Zindler new that what Boo needed most was a permanent home where should could settle in to the life of unbroken love that every animal like her deserves. Thanks to the outpouring of support generated by her story's appearance on The Dodo and elsewhere, it didn't take long for Boo to find her perfect match with a new family.
Boo's long wait is finally over.
"The family is doing a fabulous job with her and Boo is settling in," wrote Zindler.