Tuesday, April 20, 2010
My Life as a Dog Foster. (Guest Post by Rachel the Foster Dog)
That's right - she put her in a CAGE! And she makes me go in a cage too, and even covers it up when she says I bark too much. Does she think that I won't know those other dogs are there? She's not too smart sometimes. But don't worry, I'm working on training her. Once she learns that other dogs make me bark, she won't make me to go the pet store anymore, and she won't bring home any new dogs. And then my life will be so much better. I can put up with Remi and Noelle. Remi isn't a bad chap - he takes up a lot of room, but other than that I like him okay. And Noelle has some very good characteristics - she really has her mom and dad trained, so I think I can learn a lot from her. Ziggy is another story though - the sooner she can get rid of him, the better. He is T-R-O-U-B-L-E! But back to me - I am NOT happy about being a foster dog. I even heard someone say that me and Kirsten would be better off being apart! I was shocked. I am the Girl In Charge around here, and Kirsten NEEDS me. Without me, she'd probably be happy with just dog kibble and belly rubs. She doesn't know how to stand up for what she wants - she is always just trying to please people. I know enough to hold out for the really good stuff - like cheese. Never make it too easy for your people, or they will be training YOU instead of the other way around. Uh oh - I hear Foster Mom's car. Apparently she was out picking up something called a "Return". Yet another thing that takes her away from important things like paying attention to ME.
OH NO! Remi and Noelle were watching out the window, and they said the "Return" is another DOG! I have GOT to get Foster Mom trained soon - this is getting ridiculous.