Octomom

United States
June 8, 2009 11:02pm CST
I kidingly calles my dog Octomom because she was so big when she was pregnant. Well quess what! She had 8 of the most beautiful All American Mutts you ever wanted to see. But now I am in a dilema. Because of my illness my momma dog is too needy. She needs constant affirmation, attention, and companionship, So I decided to find her a home and keep one of the pups. My dilema: There is one who is independant but still very affectionate. He's smart, short haired, easily trainable, quiet alone, and will lay close with me without needing constant attentionl He's always around me but not under feet. I have been selling them for the price of the shots and worming. I am down to four and reluctantly agreed to allow someone else to adopt him. They wnted one of the other pups more but she is a girl. Now on Wed. I'm suppossed to give Casper up. I don't think I can do it. I have pillows stacked at the end of the head of my bed for easy access. Tonight he climbed the pillows to get on the bed, turned over on his back and laid quietly in the crook of my arm. Looking up at me , after a while , he nuzzled my hair and then went to sleep. Now I ask you - is he meant to be mine or what? So , I'm going to suggest they take the one they wanted in the first place and I will help to get her spayed. Think it will work?
2 responses
@MsTickle (24994)
• Australia
17 Jun 09
Aww. I think Casper is your dog. You are certainly his human. I think it's very generous of you to make the offer to get the other pup spayed. I hope it all works for you.
@lelin1123 (15643)
• Puerto Rico
9 Jun 09
He is meant to be with you for sure. I hope they say yes and take the original one. Good Luck to you.