Amicus is four years old; in dog years that’s about 37, so if he were a human, he’d be twice divorced, probably on the wagon, and worried about his Visa bill, but luckily for him, he’s not human. Amicus is a collie/shepherd cross who just a week ago was adopted from the Cowichan SPCA shelter and driven to Powell River by his new owner, ALB, in her small blue Toyota Echo. This blog will start with his time in Abbotsford when he was a stray and will be largely speculative leading up to his journey to Duncan to the Cowichan shelter and his eventual adoption by ALB, whereupon his current actual adventures will commence. This is just an intro, but because ALB has to take a bunch of garbage to the Powell River (PR) dump, it must be cut short until later. Thanks for tuning in, or whatever you call it in blogging patois. Until later, ALB and Amicus wish you well.
I am looking forward to hearing of your adventures in the wilds of PR. I hear you are a natural in the woods so I imagine your new home is probably the best you could probably get.
I’m sure the SPCA checked all of your new room-mate’s references, but I would like to add my two cents as well. You chose well. ALB has the soul of a spirited child and a sense of wonder to rival that of a curious puppy – I am sure you have landed in a situation with the closest thing to a soul mate as you can, particularly in light of the fact that ALB is human.
All the best to you and Andrea.
Thanks a lot for our first comment! This is fun!
Cesar Milan says you don’t always get the dog you want; you get the dog you need. Sometimes the stars align, the universe smiles, and you get both together. Amicus and ALB belong together, sharing love, adventure, possibilities, courage, trust, and the joy of life. Blessings on you both.
Thanks, Ma; and Woof yip grrrr wag wag wag lick.
you forgot your Masters paper in my locker.
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