We were calling her Shirley, she is adorable and extremely smart. But the cats just could not deal with her and we are getting used to not having dogs. Wish we didn't have to give her away but it was best for here. A big dog like her needs exercise and we both seem to have very little free time.
I called one of my neighbors that has all kind of animals and he had a friend that has a male Bluetick Coonhound and had told her he wished the male had a companion. So today at noon he delivered her to him. I can see them playing in my mind right now. She only spent a week with us but we miss her a lot already.
Behave Shirley, have fun with your new buddies!
Speaking of adoption Meg's daughter had 5 chickens in the city of Wilmington. Turns out the city is making her get rid of them. Guess that is what you get when you put a country girl in the city. These chickens are just about egg laying age, too bad 3 of them are roosters. So this weekend I cleared out a place in the back yard and built a chicken yard. Now we have to figure out how to bring the chickens here and their small chicken coop.