Well, my foster dog has gone back to the SPCA. She has shown some glimpses of being able to be affectionate and interact with humans, and really, she needs someone to adopt her that is willing to work with her for the better part of 6 months to a year. We, unfortunately, can’t adopt her, but I know her family is out there somewhere. And, since she isn’t too panicked in the shelter, it will be easier for her family to find her if she is on the adoption floor. I will miss her face, most definitely!
So, this brings our canine count back down to two in our house. And I love my pups so much, I thought I would share some adorable pictures I’ve taken of them.
Teddy is settling into the family. He is fascinated by human talk. It’s as if he is trying to figure out what we are saying.
Here, she is fighting to stay awake…and failing.
He loves when I pull out the blanket to the backyard to read. He just snuggles right up.
She follows me everywhere, and when I get home, she’s usually peeking through the door.
I love catching them cuddled together. They act like they want nothing to do with each other, but I know better. I catch them playing all the time.
I love my pups. I’m so thankful to have them in my life and a part of my family.