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My dog, a Border Collie/Shetland Sheepdog mix has been known to wake me up at around 3 or 4 am every morning. It's not a big deal and I've lived with it for several years now. I was more nervous at first as I had never heard him do this before, but I'm very used to him waking me.
My daughter says she will never own a dog. She already owns a cat, and that's enough. She doesn't like dogs because of memories of losing her dog. I did ask her if she wanted a dog to come with us to New Hampshire, to which she replied "yes, but I'm not getting it". So my daughter doesn't want a dog, but wants to come to New Hampshire? She needs to get over this "craving for freedom" before she can be happy. She wants to do her own thing, then she wants me to do my own thing, and then she wants me to go back home and do my own thing.
I have 3 cats, but the cat I had when I was born went to the home of my aunt. She didn't want the cat, but she's kind of weird and has lots of cats of her own. She sd she could take one, if I didn't want to take the cat, and I would be like her mom. I think that means that her mother would be so disappointed to have one less cat. I was very excited at the time, because I didn't want another cat until I had a job where I didn't have to care for another animal. It wasn't just any old cat, she is called "my cat", and I love my cat.
So, now I've adopted her, and I like cats. I get the best of both worlds.
I have been to so many homes when looking for a pet. My heart always goes out to the little ones, although I also like a quiet dog when I can find one. I'm very used to picking up little dogs who have just been dumped at a shelter, they've just been there so long they are no longer adorable. So I'm pretty good with that. But I've had more than my share of kitties, and I do have a cat at home, who I love dearly. I just like dogs better.
I've got a dog, because I got that from my dad, so that's why I'm getting one. I think my aunt would be too freaked out that I'd given him up and got another one. She told me a while ago, "How could you give up that sweet little cat?!" My dad and his whole family are animal lovers, and my Aunt is as well. She's really attached to her dogs. My dad, on the other hand, doesn't care much for dogs, and he would not have a dog if I asked him. He will let one into his home though, if someone else wants it. He's a good dad, who always has a helping hand if someone needs him to help them or if they need to get to the vet.
So, in response to my Aunt's comment, I feel like I need to expln a little more about my dad and my cat. My dad is the kindest, loving and loving man in the world. He is so sweet, and has the sweetest heart. He's also a great dad, and a friend. I don't think there's anything my aunt could say or do that would make him stop loving her or being her friend. So I don't feel like I'm giving up a cat, or taking anything away from my aunt and dad. I just have the luck of finding someone who loves my cat so much and wants to care for him and have him as a part of their family. He's a sweet, sweet boy, and I love him to death!
My father does have a bad habit of buying pets at garage sales. He finds the deals and thinks it's a good deal to take home a cat, and when it comes to owning cats, he gets into a bad habit of overfeedng them. It's like he always buys the cat food first, not to mention the cat always seems to always be looking for affection and attention. Then he gets attached to them and gets rid of them when they don't like him anymore. I've seen this so many times with his cats. He buys the cats for a while, then takes them back when they don't like him. He gets into a bad habit of taking them to the vet and not returning them to the place they came from. When the new owners of the cat find out they have to have their own vet,