And so it goes that every heart broken girl should have a cuddle buddy in the form of a small doggy.
After a devastating breakup I took it upon myself to create a Vision Board.
On that Vision Board I added the picture of a doggy. I went online and started browsing the adoptable pups over at the Broward Humane Society. I fell in love with this particular blonde female Chihuahua by the name of Perla. I thought she’d be a great little friend and it was totally an LTA sign that her name would be one of our symbols. Yet, when I met her I was gravely disappointed by the crazed look in her eyes. I had to scratch that option of the short one option list I had written. I decided to look around and see if there were any other small doggies that caught my attention.
Within no time at all I found myself standing in front of a kennel with about 3 or 4 dogs in it. They all looked so sad and lonely. But one in particular looked especially in need of love. He was quiet in the midst of all the barking chaos. I looked at the info sheet on the kennel door and read about how he was abandoned by his family in a vacant apartment. My heart went out for the little face that looked up at.
It was basically love at first sight. I didn’t have to think to hard to know in my heart that that little black and beige Chihuahua was my new best friend.
I couldn’t take him home that night they had to wait a few more days to see if he would be claimed but nope he was meant to be mine. After about 5 days I went back to pick him and he became all mine, forevermore.
With the help of my sister we settled on the name Nacho Libre because, Hello he’s a Mexican Chihuahua!!! LOL
This week we celebrate 2 years of being a family!!! Here are some pictures of my sweet little boy.
Do you have a family member that is furry and cuddle friendly?? Are they small enough to fit in a purse or too large to sit on your lap? Tell me about it in the comments below. 🙂
Keep Shining, Nat