I've learned a few things about our sad visitor between yesterday and today. He does not have a collar on. He is very submissive and very friendly. He does not appear to be interested in chasing cats. He's had the opportunity several times and has shown no interest in Oscar, Igor, Jingle or Joy. He is not food aggressive. He eats next to Ewen and I can pet him while he's eating. He is ravenously hungry. He gets along well with Ewen. Ewen wants him to play but our sad stray doesn't seem interested in playing. I've let him in the house, just in the mudroom, and he's quiet inside and appears to be housebroken.
Over the last few years we've adopted Igor, Oscar, Jingle, Joy and Ewen. I wish we could keep every stray animal that shows up at our farm but, as we all know, that isn't possible. We need to make yet another happy ending for another sad animal. If anyone is interested in giving this dog a happy ending, or is willing to foster until a permanent home is found, please let us know.
Surely one of you can help him find a happy ending?
Johnny, Happy and Blu
Havana, Art and Baner
Cisco and Levendi
Igor on the fence watching Flower, Innes, Timbit, Sparky and Sabrina
I had the pleasure of watching this stunning sunrise a few days ago . . .
. . . about a minute later . . .
. . . about three minutes later . . .
. . . Penny, Jake and Missy were patiently waiting for breakfast while I watched the sunrise
King and Moe playing
Ricardo and Convey playing
Walon and Sushi playing (Squirrel behind them)
Remmy, Art, Duesy and Merlin playing before breakfast . . .
Remmy and Art
Duesy and Merlin
Fabrizzio getting treats and pets from Carter
Dawn and Cuffie
Rip and Grand
Trigger and Apollo
Igor and Ewen hanging out . . .
. . . until Igor decided it would be more fun to play with Ewen's tail
Maisie and Lily
Convey and Chance