How can I bear not seeing these sweet faces every day?
Even Dorothy, who doesn’t typically like the puppies, seems to be getting attached. We trade out which ones we bring in at night, so they have one on one lap time while we watch TV, and Dorothy shared her space with them.
This week, I have been concentrating a lot on the Butterballs since I only have a short time left with them.
But the Sugarbabies are not left out. They are also working on manners.
Freddy, our recovering little guy, is the only one who knows his name. Maybe Ruby, because I used to call her Pooh Bear. Ruby and Pooh are similar sounds and she answers to both.
Mostly they answer to Puppy or Buddy.
Except maybe from me when I had to wash just about every towel in the house and mop up a sloshy bathroom after. Those curls make good sponges, and really soak up the water, it took a couple towels each to soak it up.
That’s okay, I have gotten to be pretty good at keeping the washer and dryer running nonstop since the babies came. I even wash a load of my own clothes here and there between all of the piles of pillows, toys, and blankets they need to have cleaned every day.
I get plenty of thank you snuggles in return!