“I peed on mom’s bed. Now mom has to stay up washing sheets.” -Luna
We just came home from a long walk to the park. I get dinner started, and go to my room to grab my phone, when I smell that all too familiar sour smell. I look at my bed, and low and behold a fresh yellow splotch on my white sheets.
Tried to stay mad for a while, but had to give in. Those damn eyes get me every time.
Hi, I’m Dale…my fav thing to do when Mom is at work is to open her bathroom drawers and steal hair ties. I hide them all around the house like my water dish, the sink, and the toilet so she can find them when she gets home!
Editor’s note: Hair bands are super dangerous for your pets to ingest, so make sure they’re put away somewhere safe. Although, no place is safe from cats.
Charlotte is a money-hungry, five year old Brittany Spaniel. She’s so embarrassed about shredding these George Washingtons, she won’t even make eye contact. This is not her first offense defacing U.S. currency.
I’m a sweet Black and Tan long hair mini dachshund, named Baby Sweet Pea. I am 4 years old and I weigh 6.4 pounds. I live in San Antonio, TX and am being fostered through Diamond Dachshund Rescue of Texas. As you can see, I love toys and my foster mom says I am really soft and cuddly. I get along we’ll with other dogs, I play like a puppy with my 7 month old foster sister (also a mini dachshund.) I love to sleep in the big bed with foster mom and pack, but I am crate trained. I am also house trained and know how to use the doggie door. Please check me out here, as I am looking for my forever home!
“Hi, My name is Chala and I like to hide under blankets and not respond when my foster mom calls my name. It’s funny because she panics and thinks she left me out in the cold Minnesota weather :)”
Chala is a sweet Chihuahua from Waconia, MN. She’s being adopted through Wags and Whiskers Animal Rescue. She has really come out of her shell since being in her foster home. She LOVES belly rubs and getting scratched behind the ears. She warms up to new people very quickly, and likes to tell you when someone is at the door, but as soon as you tell her you see them she’s quiet. She likes playing fetch with tiny tennis balls, and she gets what we call the “zoomies” where she’ll run up to you and go down on her front legs, tail wagging, and when you reach down to get her she takes off running circles around you. If you’d like to find out more about Chala, click here.