Posted by Dee (188.8.131.52) on July 31, 2003 at 21:06:08:
In Reply to: and a dog posted by Randy (184.108.40.206) on July 28, 2003 at 18:24:07:
The Australian Cattledog sounds like a great pet. The thing is getting a dog that doesn't mind living in a apartment with no backyard. I have two cats that are 10 years old. I don't think they would mind a puppy but the puppy might mind them because this is their apartment and I'm their pet.lol
I went to listen to your music but couldn't figure it out. Do you have to sign up to listen?
> Oh yes... and I SO want a dog too.
> It seems like such a small dream to achieve.
> Lol...I can understand you there too. I went
> to a dogshow last week(or was it the week before?)
> and found the type of dog that I want. (Of course,
> when it really comes down to it, I will probably
> mull over every single type of dog there is, JUST
> TO BE SURE..lol). It's an Australian Cattledog.
> I just sat there and watched it for the longest time.
> I watched how it interacted with others, and finally
> moved out of my frozen "tough guy with a backstage
> pass" facade (to hide my social anxiety)to go and
> pet the dogs. The Cattledog was SO affectionate.
> I loved it. It's not the most beautiful thing there
> is, but very unique looking. Most of all, I just
> think it would make a great companion for me, as I
> spend most of my time alone in my apartment. I like
> cuddling, and dogs seem to have the ability to "stay"
> when you tell them to, unlike people. Lol.
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