Well, I found out from Heritage Humane Society that Shakespeare was adopted almost immediately by a family that lives in Connecticut. The family had asked if they could contact me to ask questions about Shakespeare. So this last Saturday I received a phone call from the mother of the family who had adopted Shakespeare. It appears that they have three children and they adopted Shakespeare and immediately drove all the way back to Connecticut with him. They are all in love with him already and praised me for all the training that they see in Shakespeare. We talked for over 30 minutes about Shakespeare, with me telling them all I thought would be helpful and the mom telling me how great Shakespeare is and how well he is adapting to his new home. They have three cats with two of them having come to an accommodation with Shakespeare and the other one still holding out in the basement. But I think they will all come to accept each other before long. They also sent several pictures of Shakespeare in his new home. It is really good to know that Shakespeare has found a good home with people who will love him as much as I do. It was painful to see those photographs of Shakespeare as it brought home the fact that he is no longer a part of my life, at least not physically. He will always be a part of me emotionally. I still miss him a great deal but it does bring me some comfort to know that he will have a good life after all. Enjoy your new home and family Shakespeare but remember me from time to time as I will never forget you. Bye for now Shakespeare.