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Dog Update

Monday, December 02, 2013

So we won't be adopting Mr. Cutter. He might be the most amazing dog, but he's also so bonded to his foster family that he's likely to turn into a failed foster instead (aka, they'll keep him!). I've informed them that playdates must ensue, as I adore not only him, but his foster sibs too :)

While he was there for the home visit (and he was doing just FINE with Thesis!), I made that comment that were he to be adopted out, I would want him, but he should probably stay where he is.

However, we have won the heart of the rescue's grandmaster, so she has directed us to an absolutely glorious german shepherd with good manners! So I'll be calling HER fostermomma tonight. :D

Puppypuppypuppypuppy DOG! LoL, in fact the shepherd is actually 6... not a puppy... but she's SO PRETTY!

And... thanks to a friend's text this morning:
"Istanbul was Constantinople, now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople. Been a long time gone, Constantinople: why'd Constantinople get the works? That's nobody's business but the Turks!"

Hope y'all appreciate that running through your head as much as I do!
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  • MISHAMW
    I am glad you are thinking about the dog's best interest. So many people don't, and forget that an animal is an animal, and has a personality as well. But I live in Austin, where most people think dogs and babies are the same. Kinda drives me crazy to see some many doggie strollers.

    Well to me, all doggies are puppies. Hehe. I still call my cat a kitty, even though she is nearly 12 years old. She still acts like a kitten most of the time too!

    Well I hope you find the right doggie for you!

    Good luck!!!!
    1686 days ago
  • no profile photo HARPIE
    Mr.Cutter is a cutie!
    1686 days ago
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