The littlest would love most to have a dog, but we run a democratic house, and the majority has ruled out dogs.   It saddens me to not grant her this one wish, but I agree that a dog would be a big responsibility and could be an expensive one at that.   Plus we have a scared-y cat for reals who also got a vote, and although she can not speak English, we can confidently assume that she would not like sharing her space with a canine.  But all is not lost.   We have friends and family who are more than happy to let the Bee walk and play with their very much loved dogs, and for that we are grateful.   It warms my heart to see her so enjoying these moments, and  I’m quite relieved that they are enough for now.

3 Responses to “chien”
  1. Robyn says:

    I think the kids would love a dog but hubby and I have no interest right now.

    At least she has dogs in her life she can walk and play with!

  2. tara says:

    We have a similar situation, Nadine. My youngest has wanted a dog for years, as have I but we just aren’t ready as a family. Same reasons as you — responsibilities, expenses. Fortunately, good friends who live up the street got a new puppy a couple of months ago and we are able to get a puppy fix regularly.

  3. the humane society as well as different adoption agency’s are always looking for volunteer to walk and play with the animals. just a suggestion


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