Early Morning Adoration

It never fails. I get up to tend to the dogs, and as soon as the coffee is done, I feel like I am sitting on a pedestal.

And they called it Puppy Love...

I was never a dog owner, or even had a preference for them. Growing up, I was only allowed to have pets that could fit in small cages. The hamsters were fun because they learned to crawl out of it at night, and find their way back to their “home” in the morning. The iguana…. well, that didn’t last long, after my mom found it. And now that I’m a dog owner, I can’t imagine being without one.

Thanks to reader Aewl for the inspiration πŸ™‚

About LC Aggie Sith

Machete-wielding zombie killer when not shopping for shoes. View all posts by LC Aggie Sith

11 responses to “Early Morning Adoration

  • Tiberius

    Awwww – look at that face πŸ™‚

    They do have that effect on you, huh? πŸ™‚

    And all that time I was talking them up, you were putting it off and putting it off – and now look at you – I knew we’d get you in the end πŸ˜‰

  • John D

    Those be some cute doggies.

  • Aewl

    You’ve got a couple of adorable critters. Much as I grouse about my beasts, I still would have a really hard time getting rid of them.


    I will be puppy shopping shortly. We put down our adopted-from-a-neighbor-who-died dog yesterday.
    Hips gone, couldn’t stand without help, recently went blind, deaf, other…issues.
    Girls did way better than insane wife.

    Everyone says they’ll help with training the puppy…right. It will be me.
    But that’s okay, at least there’ll be someone in this house who listens to me.

    • LC Aggie Sith

      I’m so sorry to hear about your dog 😦

      at least there’ll be someone in this house who listens to me.

      See, that’s why I *heart* my four-legged kidlets πŸ˜€

    • DaninVan

      I’m sorry for your loss,SG; toughest task for a caring pet owner is that decision, and the last trip to the vets.

  • Nicole

    Dogs are pros at the adoration business. πŸ™‚

  • daisyfae

    thanks for stopping down the trailer park! and like you, i can’t imagine my life without a dog… excuse me, “canine life partner”! Cheers!

  • softailrider

    Yep. Dad wouldn’t allow dogs growing up, only cats. I took the same stance when Wife said we were only going to look. I’ve been charmed by German Shepherds. 9 yrs with the first one and when he was put down, I said “Never again, it’s too painful to lose my buddy.” 6 months later, I had to have another one in the house and can’t imagine not having at least one furry buddy.

%d bloggers like this: