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April 2011


my (our) books

Fool for Love When You Don't See Me

Someone Like You I'm Your Man

He's The One It Had To Be You

The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica Best Gay Erotica 2007

Best Gay Love Stories: New York City Best Gay Love Stories 2005

Three Fortunes In One Cookie The Deal


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I know I'm supposed to show photos of my new tattoo, but wouldn't you rather hear about how Scout's Honor's "Saturday With Scouts" adoption event went yesterday? I thought so! First, I need to back up to about a couple weeks ago when Lynne called and told me that she found two dogs in her part of town. Tied to a fire hydrant was a wee poodle mix. That pissed me off. It's one thing to abandon your dog on the side of the road, but to tie it up so it can't find food or water is even worse. While Lynne was untying the wee poodle mix, a Chihuahua with a pierced ear(!), also with a leash attached to its collar, hurried up to her out of nowhere. It had probably been tied to the fire hydrant, too, at one time. Responsible pet owner Lynne knocked on a few doors of nearby homes, but nobody had ever seen the dogs before. Or so they said. She also visited her vet to have them scanned for microchips, but neither was chipped. Not surprising. So, she called me to see if Scout's Honor would help find them homes.

Of course! If Lynne would foster one or both of them, no problem. She agreed to foster the Chihuahua, which she called Paco the Pirate, because of his silly earring. We tried to take it out, but he'd growl and snap at anyone who attempted to remove it. It was finally removed while he was being neutered, days later. After that, he was sweet as pie. (Well, not to The Rhonda,for some reason.) The other dog, who we called Curly, was a sweet little rag mop of a dog. This was Curly before:

Curly Before

And this is Curly now (laying on a blanket made for me by my friend Kathy):

Curly After

Big difference, no? When I arrived at SWS adoption day yesterday morning, I was shocked. He looked like a totally different dog. Lynne was already there, talking with a couple and showing them Paco. (I don't have a picture of him, oddly enough.) I'd told her that he'd be adopted very quickly. While the couple were filling out their application Lynne whispered to me, "They seem nice. But..."

"But what?"

"I want him!"

Later, the couple went home with a wonderful schnauzer mix named Brewster and Lynne went home with Paco and everyone was happy. Even Curly, who I'll take to his new foster home tomorrow. Six other dogs were adopted yesterday, too!