I left my wallet at home

kitty and puppy close-upPhoto credit: lanacyu

Last night I went to the Humane Society to help my brother who was adopting a dog. I’m very weak at the Humane Society, so in order to insure that I did not come home with an extra pet or two or five, I left my wallet at home.

Do you need to go through extremes to not come home with more pets?

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6 Responses to I left my wallet at home

  1. l'empress says:

    When my daughter’s “Cat” was put to sleep in January, after all those years, I was relieved. She promised me there would be no more cats.

    She found a kitten in the driveway. It would live in the basement. The basement is not yet ready for a kitten — cold, not yet “child-proofed” — and the kitten lives in their bedroom and gets out regularly.

    I will NEVER accept another pet.

  2. Lindy says:

    I go to extremes to stay away from the pound. As much as hubby and I both love dogs, there are too many obstacles in our life at present to bring a pet into our home. It would not be fair to the pet.

    I have a friend in Arizona who delights in visiting the pound once a month. She knows I don’t want to stop there but occasionally she will purposely stop there when I am with her in the car, just to torture me. It’s one of the things that really annoys me about her personality. It’s mean. She knows a pet is not an option for us and then it makes me feel guilty when I see all those sweet, pleading faces in the kennels and I can’t adopt any.

  3. Bev says:

    Dogs go up for adoption on Saturdays at Petco. I stay away. We have 3 dogs adopted from the SPCA and are at max. I want to adopt them all.

  4. maryz says:

    We’ve had pets we loved dearly, but we probably won’t have another one. So no problem in resisting the sweet faces.

  5. Jennifer says:

    No, Harry is an only dog, as much as I would love a house filled with puppies a la Bev.

  6. jon says:

    Since we lost Wilson, we enjoy going to the pet stores and look at the cats. We don’t plan on replacing him. He is not replaceable.
    It will be a while before we get another. We just honoring his memory right now. He was a great little guy.

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