a coffee i made with some already used coffee powder, just for the photo. i knew i would have need time to take some shots, so i didn't want to waste the good one i was drinking when i decided to take this photo
awwwwwwwwwwww, i feel so heart-warmed right now. and what a cute shepherd! is he still with you? in polish we have this saying that dog is a man's best friend. i think they really love people, no matter what. even the ones that get beaten and neglected, they still show this incredible, unconditional love. sometimes i think they have more love to show and give than any person. and again the quote is so adequate. oh my, brings back memories instantly. ;d
sadly my love left this world 4 years ago. i miss him a lot, but somehow yes, he's still here also in Italy there's the same saying (i guess it's worldwide, or at least i hope so), and i truly believe in it. dogs are amazing, they give you their all in change of some food and maybe caresses and that you play a bit with them. he was so awesome, and always willing to protect me and all my family.. he left a big void in everyone he met, i have to say. cute but also sooooo(....)ooo stubborn hahah
oh, i can only imagine! as i was a kid, we used to have a little dog, she happened to have puppies twice. and i remember her being almost black, with a little brown pieces of fur and one of the puppies was completely white with black markings ;O my rabbit is cute, fluffy and oh, sometimes sooo stupid. but compared to a love you get from a dog, rabbit can't compete :< and dogs live longer so you get really attached to them, it is so sad when they pass away :<
ahh sounds so lovely, your dog and her puppies! yeah we lived together almost 14 years and a half, kind of a long time for a shepherd. we've been lucky i was 8 years old when we met so we almost grew up together. i've had many cats and two turtles too, but nothing that could compare to him and all his love and happiness. your rabbit is anyway a good company i think
oh yes, he is fluffy and so much fun. sometimes he does things that make me laugh so hard. and i love to annoy him, to make him kind of want to rip my hand off i am the worst owner ever, really. i think he starts to hate me and only jumps around my legs (like a dog, basically!) when he wants food or sees that i am opening a bag of rabbit food or a drawer with bread. ;D but nothing compares to a lovely, fluffy and so loyal dog. i get so attached to a bunny, even though it lives 4-5 years tops. and if i had to let a dog go after 15 years, i would probably break down instantly. :< and i have a turtle right now, he's been with me for almost 12 years already! i didn't quite realise that. but well, turtles aren't fluffy, not really great companions to play with either. ;D but if he somehow passes away (hopefully in another 20 years or more), i would be devastated.
hahah i guess i would act the same as you with a bunny, and also with hamsters - actually i did with my friend's hamster years ago XD yeah i felt so bad when my dog left, really. like if a member of our family passed away, and, well, actually he was. i also felt so alone... and for a while i wasn't even able to go outside and see other dogs with their owners, it was breaking me inside all the times. i never cried so much in all my life i swear (and actually i think that crying never solve anything so i've never been really into it, but i couldn't stop myself). yeah i just remember my dog playing with the turtles, he liked to rotate them with his nose and we had to go outside and help them.. it was sooo funny XD but i didn't felt very bad when the turtles left.. yeah i liked them, giving food and watching them run in the garden, but i wasn't so attached to them... my brother felt really bad instead.
that's too bad. it is always sad when an animal dies. and if you lived with it for years it really is like a family. i remember one of the little bunnies i had dying in my arms :< i held him 'till the end. he just closed his eyes like he was sleeping. there was nothing i could do to help but i cried really badly, still brings tears to my eyes.
let's switch to something more happy, shall we? ;d i today opened the cage my bunny sleeps in so he could go for a walk around the flat and i had to use tissues and once he heard the sound of me opening a pack of tissues, he was right next to my leg in no time! so i had to go with him to the kitchen, open the drawer, which made him run around my legs and gave him a piece of bread. xD that is a hilarious thing, he is so used to it right now, because we always do that. i think we are going to get him fat and he wouldn't be able to move anymore
yeah. i know how you feel, i held my dog in my arms too while the vet was giving him a sweet death.. ah, worst moment ever i think, i wasn't able to do or think at anything at all.
but yes, let's talk about something else hahah that's very funny! atm i'm imagining him in a few years trying to jump and run around your leg but not succeeding as he's doing nowadays because he got a bit too fat XD - sorry
Yah huskys are so cute. I also used to want a German Shepherd they're so cute. Wow really that's so nice. As well I love all huskys they're so cute. Siberian huskies probably. Although I just read an article about how vicious they are my sister wants a Shiba una they're so cute.
yeah i happened to know some Siberian huskies and also few Alaskan Malamutes.. what can i say, i never enjoyed their attitude that much. some of them didn't care much about their owner and also about their home.. the ones i knew were not vicious, just a bit egoistic and had a kind of "i don't care at all" attitude. and so i have never been able to play with them, as they didn't care. and my dog was almost the opposite of that (and also a jealous type, so maybe it was better for them if they didn't want to play with me ) i never really knew a Shiba Inu, but i'm seeing two, mother and child, lately... they look cute, but as for temperament, idk. i'm always thinking that it's all about the way the owner grows them up. if you grow them up teaching them what is right and what is not, giving them love and also bawling out when they deserve it (like if they were some kind of a child), they'll be good dogs, no matter what. and maybe they would care about you even if maybe most of the dogs of the same breed doesn't.