Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups

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(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Cinderella I Ain’t

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Because Cinderella gets some support with the chores around the house.

Here’s Ollie helping me paint the kitchen.

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Here’s Balton helping me vacuum.

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Truly though, in a world of dogs underfoot and scientifically afraid of vacuums, I guess I should be grateful that they just won’t move out of the way.

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Nevertheless, I’m working with mice and birds on all future household endeavors.

mice-dress(c) Disney – source

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Author: faithtrustnpups

Faith, Trust, & Foster Pups is a combination blog for animal welfare, humane education/positive training, recognizing the beautiful bond that exists between pets and their people, and other fun stuff. I share information about adoptable pets in the DC metro area, promote animal rescue and resources to support adopters and fosters, and share stories and lessons related to the dogs I care for. Much of my writing is for especially my "foster failure" with some specific fear-based issues. In an effort to help understand often wonderful, sometimes challenging dogs like him better, I learn to understand myself. Together, we share our stories, and walk together, leash in hand, and in building faith and trust within one another and within ourselves.

5 thoughts on “(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Cinderella I Ain’t

  1. Melvin pees if he even senses the vacuum is coming out!

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    • Ollie used to be a chronic vacuum barker. Oddly enough, Balton has always been cool with the vacuum (now the lawn mower is another story entirely), and I think that has had a positive effect on Ollie’s feelings about the dirt sucking monster.

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  2. Probably if you stop cleaning altogether you’ll get mice to come around faster 😉

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  3. Our dogs are no help either. Intense yodeling occurs if the vaccuum appears.

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