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RE: New Garden Pest


You haven't lost your mind... you just opened your heart and home to another
of Gods creatures who needed you.

You are awesome!

Sure you are in for some rough times till everyone gets adjusted, but they
do learn to co-habitat.

Donna


> 
> I have truly lost my mind.  Last week my new garden pest was found at the
> post
> office, and I rescued him.  His name is Otis; he is about 3 months old and
> is
> a PUPPY of unknown origin.  I don't even like dogs, but what could I do?
> He
> was going to get run over.  I don't know how long the cats, Precious and I
> can
> stand him, but he does seem teachable -- maybe.  I'll send along a picture
> as
> soon as I get one.  He is dark brown with a spash of white on his chest
> and on
> the tips of his toes.   He does have a curly tail bot no indication of
> Chow
> acestry.  Beady eyes might indicate a pit bull in the wood pile, but who
> knows.  The cats are almost tolerant.  Precious is the only one who has
> bitten
> him (on the ear) -- yet.
> zem (who is certifialby nuts)
> zone 7
> West TN

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