Jack Frost J.H
Jack Frost J.H is a neutered male Husky born September 30, 2008
and last adopted February 4, 2012.
He is 10 years and 9 months old.
I’ve been a member on here for eight years. As mentioned, I joined back in 2010 with my original account. Back then, I was young and focused on breeding and the forums. Throughout the years, I obtained multiple accounts, but I always returned to this one. Eventually, this became my main account and the others were sides. After my fifth year on here, I took a break unintentionally. The forums were beginning to die down after pay-to-play was enacted, and I let my membership run out. This site used to be almost ritualistic for me-coming on daily for multiple hours on end. However, I began to drift off and focused on school and slowly forgot the site. I suddenly had an urge to visit and rejoined back in February of this year.
Before I left, I downsized on this account. At the time, I was still active, but it proved difficult to care for some forty-some pets by hand. My pets eventually decreased to seventeen. Since I’ve been back, I’ve welcomed two newcomers into my home. As for profiles, all of my pets had one before the host site glitched and I lost them. However, I’ve been working on getting them up and running and they should be finished shortly. As for scenes, all of them are planned out, but it’s a matter of accumulating funds to finish them. Nevertheless, I love them all very much and am able to spend more time with them than previous years.
In August I will be going into my senior year of high school. I attend an international baccalaureate school, and I’m starting my first job at our local opera in July. I would say I’m musically inclined. I’ve been in orchestra for around seven years now. I play the violin, piano, and sung in our church’s choir for nine years. While I enjoy music immensely, I plan on attending college for organic chemistry. Other hobbies of mine include reading, and photography.
Our school encourages the experience of travel. Being the wonderluster that I am, I couldn’t wait to go abroad. In my freshman year, through my school, I went to Murcia, Spain for two weeks. We had a sister school in that city, as one of my friends had come from that school. Last summer, the schools offered a one month trip to become immersed in the culture and language. Being honest, at the time I hated the experience. It was hot, humid, your brain had to be in translation mode 24/7, and taxing (basically, I’d come home from school at two, and sleep until dinner at eleven). However, looking back on it, I wouldn’t trade the experience with my friends for the world.
I have three beloved pets: two dogs and a cat. While on hiatus, one of my dogs passed away and another was returned to his original owner, as we were caring for him while he could not. Lily is my Siberian Husky. She’s rambunctious and energetic, but honestly the sweetest beyond belief. In October of last year, we welcomed home Rhaegal, a mix from the shelter (we’re not quite sure what he is). He was found out on the streets and was extremely weary around us at first, but has warmed up. Lastly, Dotty is a Tuxedo cat. We got her when I was nine, I believe. Around Christmas, we let her out and a family had taken her for a few days before she found her way back. I couldn’t be more thankful that she’s back with us, and I love all of them dearly.
Currently, I own nineteen pets. They’re a wide mixture of memories of past friends, to dedication I put in to bring them home.
Why Do I Want Polaris?
Honestly, there are quite a few reasons why I want Polaris. However, the main reason is to represent a character I adore.
As I mentioned before, I’m a fanatic reader (though I go through bouts of not picking up a book for months, or reading one in less than a day). One of the most impactful books I read has been “The Song of Achilles” by Madeline Miller. It’s an adaption of The Iliad, focusing on the events surrounding Achilles and Patroclus, their relationship, and their love for each other. My love and interest in Greek mythology led me to this book and it further cemented my love for it. If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it.
The book is told from the perspective of Patroclus. Though the character in the book is taken as sentimental and a lover, it was said that Patroclus was the second strongest Greek warrior. Despite that, the character development of the characters and their relationships with each other and the dialogue brings the story to life. In short, I feel that Polaris would be a perfect representation of Patroclus.
Of the pets I have promised a forever home to, they all remain in my home. Admittedly, when I returned back in February, I was curious to the worth of my pets and took offers. However, I regret the initial decision. I promise that Polaris would be in a forever home with me. In the unlikely event of another break, he would remain on my account and cared for by a friend or kenneled. If I were to quit, he’d return to you. If you were unavailable, he’d remain with me.
Thank you for hosting this rehoming and allowing us the opportunity to take Polaris home.