Wednesday, November 16, 2011

They should've named him Easy

She lifts his entire hindquarters with her head and trots him through my office on his front paws like a wheelbarrow. He doesn't mind. In fact, he likes it. When they pass back through, the situation is reversed and now he is prancing, the loose skin of her jowl clenched between his teeth. She smiles and waves on the way by. I am a bystander. In this canine charade, I can only watch and learn and be entertained.

Pretty soon, someone is going to come along [you] and adopt this beautiful foster dog right out from under us. I can feel it. Stella and I will probably cry our eyes out that day but for some lucky person or family, it's going to be a life-changing event.

Sorry we've been slow to update. It's been extremely busy around here and any free time has been spent parading around the neighborhood with the large adoptable dog and his oh-so-ladylike girlfriend, Stella. Soon.


Beverly said...

Awwwww, I'll be cryin' too...damn you made me cry now! Diesel can't go!

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

That face! Those eyes! You better find Diesel a home before we drive through or he'll find himself living the life of a road dawg!

He's definitely going to bring your hearts :(

Happy, Waggin' Tails, FUREVER!
Stumpy and me

Susan Rose said...

Diesel really is adorable. I know you'll miss him.

Two Pitties in the City said...

He is so gorgeous. The fostering part is so hard when they had to go. We just had our SuperLevi adopted, and I was dreading the part where we would take apart his crate, fold up his little super-outfit, and the pooches would run to the window and say goodbye. But makes it all worth it seeing how happy he is with his new family. And seeing how he looks at them like he loves them so much.

susan said...

I feel compelled to say "bring it on Stumpy-" mostly because how often am I ever going to get to type that? I'm going over to post this on Facebook now because's time for us to get started with this potential new owners (background check hehe).