I realized that I am not writing about anything else lately but dogs. 😅 No #ammherbarium posts, no #amminsectariumm posts, no #ammhomeseries posts (yet there were some changes around our home I planned to share with you…) no #bunnybusiness posts (but yes, Mascara is still alive, he is thriving thanks for asking, the dogs didn’t kill him, we didn’t eat him, being “humanized” and living an indoor only lifestyle didn’t kill him…), no #ammrecipes posts (although I am still cooking and we are still eating, that didn’t change either…), nothing. Nothing but dogs. And maybe vintage clothes which help me trough my heartbreaks. Thank god I choose to write a personal blog and I am free to talk about anything that’s on my mind. It would be tragic to force myself to talk about other topics right now. I feel like it would kill me. Sometimes you gotta be thankful you don’t have campains and stuff. At least you’re on your own and you can talk about the things you have on your heart. 🤭Continue reading
When I talk about rescue I always make sure that my stories are as raw as possible. I talk about pee and poo and pet hair. I talk about all the destroyed stuff (RIP, my fav vintage clipon, the latest victim of Riso’s teething period). I am very careful not to give anyone the slightest idea that animal rescue is a walk in the park. Because it’s not. However, I try to concentrate on it’s positive side more for my own sanity. I try to share here the fun side because I belive in the power of it. I will never try to get your empathy complaining about how hard it is. It’s just not my style. I prefer to whistle past the graveyard, then being sad about things I cannot change anyway. But I’m afraid this might give you the wrong impression, the impression that it always ends well. And that each story, even the saddest ones have a happy end. It’s not like that. Really not.Continue reading
This is Poppy. She is our current foster dog.
This means she will stay with us until she will be adopted. This also means we will live with 6 animals for the next few months and that we have 3 dogs now. Again.Continue reading