Maya came to us in Cabelas, a neutral place for the foster parents and the hopeful adopters. She was a bit shy, and she shivered a lot when in the car, but as soon as we drove onto our property with all the cedar and oak trees, Maya perked right up. She loves the wildness of it, with the deer, squirrels, and birds. My husband has since named her Maya Cabela. At the end of March, it was time to go north for the summer. Maya was very keen to ride in the car, but we don’t think she realized how long she’d be in the car or for so many days. We stayed at hotels throughout the 2800+ mile trip, and she was a peach. When we arrived in Seattle, Maya amazingly took to her new (for 6 months) home like she’d always been there. She met the neighbor, a big yellow lab, and soon had him twisted around her small paw. Maya is a wonderful pup, and a great addition to our family. She is our furever friend.