not potty in her kennel at night, is good around kids and likes to
play with Cooper, her foster Corgi brother. Except when she pushes him off his ottoman for the best window watching seat.
starts doing doing figure eights in the living room, Cooper just stares
at her like she’s crazy. (Sounds like somebody didn’t get the frap
unless you want to chase her. Cassie shows signs of separation anxiety; she’ll bark the entire time she’s left in a kennel alone at home. Her foster Mom notes “We have found that if just gate her in the hall
or leave her out in the house, she does just fine. She hasn’t torn
anything up or pottied as a punishment while we were gone. Cassie probably needs a family/someone who is home often or comes home for
Let’s hear it for the boys! This past Sunday they celebrated the one year anniversary of Rooster’s “Gotcha Day”.
They had a great year together, these two. No doubt Dillon grew to love his boy as Corgi Connection of Kansas founder Jeanette did. “He was a favorite of mine” she writes. “It was so hard to let him go.”
Sadly, while he was chasing squirrels on Monday, Rooster took leave of this world. Intently focused on chasing varmints, he didn’t see the danger in the road; the driver didn’t see him in time.
Accidents happen. Life tries and tests us.
What was no accident was the year he and Dillon spent enoying life side by side. Three hundred and sixty five precious days of it.
There’s a Rooster shaped hole in a few hearts right now. Please keep him and the people who loved him most in your thoughts and prayers this week. They need our care and understanding.
Frap on in celestial fields, beautiful Rooster.