Hello! My name is Fluffy, but I am also reffered to as Princess, Baby, Fluff, Fluffer, Flufferdoodle, Flufferdog, and That Dog or The Dog. I am from Ohio, which, in case you didn't know, is in the United States. I am a BeaglexGerman Shepherd mix, rescued from Pinerose Kennels back in 1997 (we once thought I was born in 1996, but Mom had to find my shot records and found the receipt for me. They paid exactly $21.20 for me. What a bargain for all the love, faithfulness and obedience I bring to this common house.) I am, of course, Queen of my household. Mom keeps saying I'm fat and that we should stop feeding me so many scraps, and start taking me out for jogs, but that's a bit hypocritical of her, since she always says this right before she hands me bits of her leftovers.
I'm rather partial to bread, especially wheat and italian. I once stole an entire loaf of italian bread, and no one could blame me because I left no trace of what had happened to it! Another time I stole an entire loaf of wheat bread. It really was Mom's fault, since she used peices of bread for my training because she was too cheap to buy me treats. Ah, and I almost stole an entire pan of corn bread. I just had the bad misfortune for someone to walk in and catch me. Oh well, I personally think corn breads a bit dry.
I was originally Nathan's (Mom's brother) dog, and he was just a little kid and saw me as a giant ball of fluff and fur. Hence my name, Fluffy. Mom doesn't really like it, she thinks it's just too plain. But it's too late to change it, so we're stuck with it. I guess it's not that bad of a name. It's just a little too common for my liking. And did you know Fluffy is originally a cats name?! Eurgh!
I'm rather stuck on the subject of cats. I would say I hate them, but then there was this one female cat who Mother named Snowball (quite the undiginified name I think. Ugh) who I thought was a very lady like cat, quite the opposite of most cats I have met. The way we met was when my family came home and saw her underneath the other car. So they took me out to chase Snowball away. We became good friends after that, but sadly she had to move on. I blame Mother for not taking any pictures of her to show you all.
"Not a shred of evidence exists in favor of the idea that life is serious."- Brenden Gill
It's possible, you can never know, that the universe exists only for me. If so, it's sure going well for me, I must admit."- Bill Gates
Posted on: 3 years ago
Oh my goodness. With all the work I've been doing I've completely forgotten about doggyspace! Sleeping, eating and being generally cute is so tiring. I promise to be more active on here. I'll bug Mom forever if I have to for her to let me on.