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What is Your Pet Doing Right Now?

Ella Spell

Something
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Update on Cat 2.
 

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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One of our college friends, who does a lot of rescue fostering, lives couple hours north of us just posted looking for volunteers to foster aussie puppies...I already have two dogs and Potato Cat, but heavens am I tempted to apply. I love aussies, and this would be an ideal situation, foster to adopt and an aussie is a breed we were looking into for our next dog...and it isn't like we haven't fostered before because we actually fostered this same friend's cat for more than a year when she was going through a tough divorce. Gah.

We have a dog oriented set up. And I know my way around puppies. (My dad raised Akitas and Elkhounds. And I showed Shibas in middle school, high school, and into college.)

We haven't had a puppy since Rue Dog (12 years ago), but we started at ground zero (7 weeks old) with Potato Cat and we did fine.
 

Forest Cat

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One of our college friends, who does a lot of rescue fostering, lives couple hours north of us just posted looking for volunteers to foster aussie puppies...I already have two dogs and Potato Cat, but heavens am I tempted to apply. I love aussies, and this would be an ideal situation, foster to adopt and an aussie is a breed we were looking into for our next dog...and it isn't like we haven't fostered before because we actually fostered this same friend's cat for more than a year when she was going through a tough divorce. Gah.

I want a dog too. Have thought a lot about it.
 

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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I want a dog too. Have thought a lot about it.

Getting another dog trained and in place to take over for Rue Dog eventually is something I absolutely have to do because of my cardiac issues. Rue always knows and alerts, he has since he was a puppy. One of the reasons we are looking into aussie puppies is we need a smart, active breed, but at an age where Rue will tolerate it. He is surprisingly good with young animals.
 

Owliet

Having a break.
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I dont know where my cats are — maybe they are under the bed. they are around but they usually vanish at this time for sleeping.

Sid is eating his worms.

Tortoises are eating their food.

The rabbits are eating apple and the guinea pig is talking to one of the rabbits.
 

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