Viewing post #354803 by tomatofreak
|It's been a while since anyone bragged. What gives here? Surely someone else has a kid or a dog to go on about. Oh, wait... I do!
I have taken in and adopted several dogs, but this is the first that adopted us. Long story short: My GD started off to work and had just turned the corner about a block away when she saw a dog in the street. (Residential street, thank goodness.) The dog ran straight for her car so she slowed to a crawl. When she couldn't see the dog, she thought it had run under her car so she got out and bent down to see. No dog. When she got back in the car, there was the dog sitting in the seat! And she refused to get out! GD frantically called home for help. The MOTH took a collar and leash and brought the dog home.
We advertised 'lost dog' online and put fliers up all over the neighborhood. Walked the dog all around, thinking she'd go for home. Nothing. No calls, no dog heading for home. No collar, no tags, no chip. It's as if she dropped from the sky.
We finally gave up and named her. This is Peaches.
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