“Hello everybody! This is the stunning
Ismir writing from my foster home. Let me start by
saying that living with my rescue foster parents and
boxer siblings in a ‘normal’ home is waaaaay different
from my previous life.
The very first thing my foster parents
noticed was that I think everything I do should be done
in a crate (food, treats, sleeping, or hanging out).
That is how I was taught. Now that I am in Rescue my
foster parent’s are doing a great job of changing all
these stifling habits so I can have more fun.
Life is now grand and I am learning
(quickly =) about all the comforts available to me.
This is what I have picked up on so far; couches and
beds are for dogs, laps are for sitting on, toys should
be scattered throughout the room as soon as they are put
away, walks and hikes should come often and, one of my
favorites, there are no rules involved in getting
I feel like I have lived with my foster
family for years. I instantly fit in with my three
foster siblings and they even like to cuddle with me and
play tug of war. They are the best too. I want to
spoil my parents as much as they will spoil me. I love
to give kisses.
Oops, I almost forgot. I went to the
vet’s yesterday and all my tests came back great; I also
received the shots that I needed so I am ready to go! I
don’t mean to brag but I am a really great catch, and a
very, very good girl. You know what they say, 'honesty
is the best policy.”