Old man Rex, he just wants a warm, soft, cozy place to sleep, tasty food and someone to love him dearly. Rex has cataracts and he can't see. He has mapped his way around his foster home and relies on his pug foster siblings to help him. He is also deaf. He is stiff and arthritic but gets around fine. He will climb the 2 steps into the house with help. He is so cute the way he finds his bed and plops down for a nap. Rex was never neutered and the vet does not recommend it at his age. Because of this he is a marker. He wears a belly band when we can't watch him. We are looking for a VERY special retirement home for Rex. He needs a calm, loving, caring and understanding family. He has the softest fur and sleeps through the night in the big bed. He loves to go for a car ride and is an excellent passenger. He lives with a handful of other pugs and cats and they all respect his age. One of them loves to climb in the bed next to him and cuddle. Rex seems to find it comforting. The love of a senior pug is truly something special.