Remember when I adopted you? I came into the pound and saw you sitting there. You were the most beautiful one–your fur so white like snow. You had eyes that looked at me with the most innocence. I think we both knew right then and there that we were meant for each other. From that day on, we have been inseparable. Boy did we go through some crazy times together….those innocent eyes that I saw at the pound turned out not to be so innocent after all. Remember when you chased that skunk and you got sprayed? You reeked! The whole house reeked! Ahh, how could I forget the time you “accidentally” nipped at a little boy playing street hockey. I know, I know…you just wanted to play, but his mother didn’t take it that way. We had to keep you quarantined for a week! I was devastated because my mom said I couldn’t keep you anymore. She didn’t understand how much we meant to each other. Finally I had to find you a home…it broke both our hearts. I couldn’t do it, I couldn’t leave you with someone else, so I asked a friend to watch you for a little while. I came to see you all the time and it was always so hard to say goodbye. I missed you, and I know you missed me too. Finally, after a little bit of time passed, you were allowed to come back to me. My mom felt bad and we had to set some rules. I was so proud of you, you showed everyone what I already knew. Now, everyone loves you (still not as much as me though). You became my best friend, the only one I could trust. You changed my life, and I would like to think I have changed yours too. Now, I’m tearing up while writing this and you’re laying at my feet sleeping. I wouldn’t give you up for the world. You’re everything to me. Keep being the good boy you are, I’m so very proud of you. One more thing…I love you.
Breed: American Eskimo