Monday, September 12, 2011

Dog-Sitting a Cutie

So this weekend we dog-sat for a cute little puppy named Cinnamon, among other things with our super-busy weekend. Take a look.
She's so tiny, and all the kids just fell in love with her. But we had to give her back, of course. Now they're wanting a pup of their own, because Cinnamon has brothers and sisters still without homes. I don't know...

6 comments :

Isobel said...

Be careful - very careful! There's an ad that runs in the UK which says..."A dog is for life: not just for Christmas"! How very true that is!

On the other hand, having a dog is a great training for life for young children. Teaches them to look after others before themselves!

We've had dogs (and cats) all our married life (42 years 09/10/11) but now can no longer afford them (another life lesson?) Vet's bills etc. nor can we exercise them having reached the Third Age (70+ in other words!)

Perhaps that's why I'm now making toys and selling them on Etsy (www.coldhamcuddlies.etsy.com) and writing about how I make, mend and otherwise create them at www.ColdhamCuddliescalling.blogspot.com!
Call round sometime - would love to see you there!

artisanallunwound said...

Very cute! Ya know dog sitting was a smart way for her owners to get your kids interested in her doggie siblings! :)

Sher said...

How cute! What a treat to get to spend the weekend with the little cutie. I supppose that is one way to decide if a dog is for you.

Puppies need homes, you enjoyed the puppy........

ElfRenee said...

Aww, adorable!!! I want one too. :)

LORENA said...

soo precious!! i wish i had her too, lol

happy friday!

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Scrollwork said...

What a face! Awww, melts my heart.

One night I was getting into my car after teaching ballroom dance at the studio. I looked down just before I shut the car door and a little chihuahua was sitting near the gas pedal! She had hopped in so quietly. The dance studio owner has four chihuahuas whom I can't tell apart, but she said this one was named Yoshi. Poor little dear, she dug her little paws in when I tried to lift her out of the car, but she was so light I just plucked her up and gave her back (after much petting and loving.)

Thanks so much for stopping by and getting some Farmer's Market visual therapy!