November 5th 2009 9:55 pm
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Well, what can I say - I wanted to stay incognito until I got settled
in my foster home and that's why I didn't write to you sooner. It
took me a few days to feel safe and secure enough to let you know how
I'm doing. Well, I'm doing GREAT!!! When I first got here I was very
timid and not sure if they were going to be nice to me or not since
someone obviously wasn't very nice to me at one time. Otherwise, why
would a young boxer pup like me not trust people? It took a couple of
days but I have decided that I love, love, love my foster moms. Yep,
there are two of them - how lucky could I get - this nice lady and her
daughter both volunteer with BRBR and they take care of me. The only
hard thing I have to do now is decide which one gets the most kisses.
It's a good thing I have plenty to go around.
I get to go on at least 3 walks a day and am learning that the people
I meet on my walks are okay too. At first I wasn't too sure of that
and was a little grouchy when one of the neighbors tried to pet me.
I'm finding out that people are really pretty nice and not out to hurt
me but my mom says I still need to work on trusting people.
I have a lot of energy to burn and really need someone who will take
me for long walks or play with me. I would love to have a fur brother
or sister to play with as I have a boxer sister at my foster home that
I adore. I can jump so high my foster mom says I have springs for
legs. I am just so happy now that I can't control myself. She thinks
if you have small children you would need to be willing to work on my
manners since I love to box with my front paws and run and jump but
I'm young and can learn anything!
As much as I love to run, jump and play, I also love to crawl up in
your lap, snuggle and give kisses. What more could you ask for? If
you want to see what a good kisser I am you'd better get your
application in, I've been told I will be a hot commodity. I'm not
sure what that is but my foster mom always takes care of me so I guess
it must be a good thing.