a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Monday, November 23, 2009

Can You Say Adorable?




Can you say "So ugly, he's cute"? This is Mikey, now Yoda, my second foster dog. Yoda did not last long on the adoption rolls. I am applying for him, I hope I meet the qualifications!

Yoda was found abandoned in the middle of nowhere. He is skinny with a skin allergy but otherwise healthy. Ads were placed to see if someone had lost a dog and no one answered. Mikey/Yoda was brought to me today to foster. Doesn't take me long to make up my mind!

He is quietly resting now with his belly full of beef, deer, and dog food, content and quite at home.

12 comments:

ellen abbott said...

How could you not love a face like that? He looks racoonish.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oh! He's cute! Send him my way. He won't last long as a foster anyway. heheh!

When I first read what he had eaten and drank, I thought you said he had beef, beer and dog food. lol!

~Lisa

Sunny said...

How adorable! Who could resist that face?
Sunny :)

Queen-Size funny bone said...

he is cute. eye of the beholder.

Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

Oh my goodness, I don't blame you for keeping him! He looks like he's part raccoon, part fox, part...critter. I don't even like little dogs but he is one of the cutest dogs I've ever seen! I would have kept him too.

Mildred said...

Yoda is a doll baby! What a sweetheart! I hope it all works out.

The Farmers Oldest Daughter said...

Ijust LOVE dogs. He is sooooo cute! He does look like a racoon. I think he loves you already. There is no truer love than that of a pet.

Maxine

Far Side of Fifty said...

He is pretty darn cute!! Yoda..I love that name and it seems to fit perfectly.. have fun with your new baby! :)

allhorsestuff said...

Too funny...read Lisa's comment And I too had to read the ingredients of the meal over again...thought he had beer with ya'll too!
He is a cutie!
Happy Thanksgiving Gail!
XO
KK

Grammy said...

I love her. My first dog with hubby a some what like her. I named her trouble. As she ate every thing from a cactus to a pan of fudge that was cooling on a kitchen table.
She was and escape artist too. But I loved her. I think she was some form of a terrier. I had to get rid of her when Amy was born as she was jealous and would jump in the bassinet with her and try to lay all over her as a baby. She also got my Malamute in trouble many times. The dog catcher got Shanty and put her in dogie jail.
The fine was like a $129 in 1979. but they never caught her.

Joanne said...

What beautiful markings on him! I can see why you are taken with his charm :)

Carla said...

You are taunting me...thank goodness your keeping him, temptation diverted...now I can live him via blogland:) Too Cute!!

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