Here’s his stats:
- 1/2 Yellow Labrador
- 1/2 shar-pei (probably fawn)
- Has 8 siblings.
- Left in an abandoned house by some bastard in Tennessee.
- Is up for adoption.
Meanwhile we have the awesome Sparky who is also half shar-pei, wicked cute and my best non-human friend.
I feel myself on the verge of making either a huge mistake or opening our home up to another awesome dog.
My neighbor runs the no-kill shelter Pooches on The Move in Maine and sent me this picture. She should’ve just sent one of Cindy Crawford holding a cannoli and Fallout: New Vegas for the PS3 and nothing else (yes, I’m that shallow. Food, sex, puppies and post-apocalyptic video games. You want deep? Go see this guy). I would have drooled just as much.
Sadly I think we may have to pass. Last time I did this we ended up with the bullying George Foreman the cat and it took 6 years for us to get used to him. Two dogs are much different. Sparky at three might not be able to handle a puppy. Not to mention how the humans would.
Still. That guy’s so damn cute up there. I’ve already named him Buddha. Or maybe Bluto. If it’s a girl I’ll name her Cindy.
Forever your shallow friend,