Friday, June 25, 2010

About Me: Noelle


1) Name and Age
I am almost two years old. I have a birthday this month, but I don’t know the exact day. Oh, and my name is Noelle, but mom tells people to call me whatever they want since I can’t hear them anyway.

2) Breed
I am a mutt…. mixed breed…. mongrel…100% All American Dog. I was found picked up as a stray when I was a young puppy, and most people think I’m a pibble (pit bull).

3) Nickname(s)
I have lots of nicknames, which is kind of silly since I’m deaf and can’t hear any of them. Mom calls me Noelle (pronounced No “L”), Knoll-E, Baby Girl, Knoll, and Little One.

4) Where'd ya come from?
St. Charles, Missouri. I was dumped by someone on the streets to fend for myself at only 3 months old. I was taken to an Animal Control facility where my mom found me. She took me home to foster me and I just refused to leave so she finally adopted me.


1) Toy
Stuffed toys are my favorite – I love to destuff them.

2) Snack
I enjoy snacks that I can play with before eating. Some examples include ice cubes, raw carrots, and Twizzlers. But of course I’ll take some chicken, steak, or cheese over those any day!

3) Human
I really love all humans, but my mom and dad are my favoritest humans in the whole wide world!


1) Worst habit
Jumping up on tables. Coffee tables, end tables, whatever – just because it is made of glass, I don’t see why I shouldn’t be allowed to stand on it.

2) Most embarrassing moment
I got beat up by a three-legged dog. I don’t like to admit to it, but in my defense, he was a very athletic three-legged dog.

3) Family dynamic
Mom is in charge, then dad, then me. All others, including foster animals, Remi, and Merlin, are expected to follow my commands immediately.

4) Your human's FAVORITE thing about you
Dad’s favorite thing about me is that I like to cuddle. Mom’s favorite thing about me is that I am always so happy to see her.


Frankie Furter said...

It is sooooo nice to know more about you.

Anonymous said...

Noelle, I had no idea you liked to stand on the coffee table! Isn't that glass slippery? Oh, and I luvs that second picture of you with your ears all magnificent-like. That was after you puts on make-up, right?

I'm sorry you got dumped on the streets but it all worked out pretty darn good, huh?

Wiggles & Wags,

Cupcake said...

Noelle, I know you can't hear me but I hope you can read this. I think you are very sweet and pretty. I'm glad you have such a great home with your Mom and Dad!

Remington said...

Nice to get to know you better! You are very pretty! Have a fun filled weekend!

meowmeowmans said...

Noelle, you are adorable. Thank you for sharing with us about yourself! We are glad you have such a wonderful, love-filled forever home with you mom and dad. :)

brooke said...

Noelle, I love the spots in your ears!

JackDaddy said...

Well, you are just too nice for words! I'm sorry that you can't hear but I bet you make up for it in so many other ways!!

Kari in WeHo said...

was it Tripoli who beat you up?

the booker man said...

miss noelle,
first off, i looove your name cuz it's my mama's name, too. same spelling and everythingie! :)
second like, how do you stand on the coffee tables and stuff without breaking them? that is super impressive. i think you should give an informational on that.
oh, and don't those twizzlers get stuck in your teethies? that's what my mama always says when she eats them.
the booker man

Pibble said...

Hi, Noelle- it's great to learn a little more about you. I love your crazy ears! Did you know that I have dogs with crazy ears, too? See, now we have something in common!

Lola said...

Noelle, this is all most interesting. Standing on the coffee table is an unusual hobby, but that's what makes the world go 'round, right? You do seem to be just as lovely as your Mom has always said you are. Thanks for sharing these details. It's always fun to learn more about furiends.

wags, Lola

Two Pitties in the City said...

I can't believe she was dumped as a 3 month old. When did they find out she was deaf? I guess it's not really any different, as long as you use the hand motions, but I think it intimidates people.