One of the best things about having a new house is that not everything is
organized. Take, for instance, the dog stuff closet. We have our leashes,
collars, pick-up bags, and sundry other things all tossed on a shelf in a
closet. In that same closet on the floor is a big bag full of our things that
haven't been put away yet.
I, your savvy shopper, take this as a chance to do a little bargain hunting. I have found a rope toy (fun!), a dangle ball (fun!), Lyle's MuttLuks (not as much fun but still fun!), and a squeaky newspaper which I shared with Lyle. All that on one shopping excursion! And all free for the taking. So for all you aspiring shoppers out there, here's my advice: don't be shy. Take a good look around and see what treasures you can find. Stretch up to the top shelves if you can.
The boss man has visited our local shelter to offer his photography services and find animals for his thesis project. I think it would be great if his project helps some Washington animals find homes. So if you're in or around the Tri-Cities, why not go visit Brownie and give him some love? Or better yet, a home!