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December 28, 2009
Hi, this is Bells (Mariah).
Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I have been very busy the past few days. I came to my foster home on Christmas Eve. It did take me a few days to realize that I had a real family.
I have 2 foster brothers and a foster sister. I noticed that they kept going in and out an opening in the back door, but I did not trust that little flap thing. After getting left behind, I finally decided to give it a try. Boy was that a great idea. I can go outside whenever I want. Of course, if my foster mom and dad leave the house we can't go in and out. I heard my foster mom call me a sweet little thing, so I guess you could say that I love to be around my foster parents. I like to cuddle while they watch tv. Just the other night, we watched Santa Buddies. I watched a few minutes and then I had to take a little nap. I was a little curious when I heard barking and then I noticed that all the other goldens at my house were napping too. I have also learned to take treats and I can sit if you ask me to. Check back in a few days, I may learn some more skills.
December 25, 2009
Meet Moriah, a young blonde golden girl. Since we picked her up on Christmas Eve, I can't resist calling her Bells instead of Moriah. Of course, she does not respond to either name. She is learning how nice it is to live in a warm house. We are working on a few simple commands. She was not too fond of the camera, so I basically chased her around.
December 6, 2009
Honey Bear (now Bella) boarded the transport on Friday and headed home. She arrived safely on Saturday and is adjusting well to her new home. We will miss sweet little Honey Bear. We saw her transform from a scared, timid little thing to just one of the pack. The transport was running a little late, so she just had to take a little nap. Friday was an especially hard day for us. We had to let Cody go to the Rainbow Bridge and we had to let Bella go to her new home. Even though we will never see these two again, they will always remain in our memories.