Friday, November 2, 2012

Chapter II  - I Came Home

I'm BJ, a dog that went from being homeless on the streets of NYC, to a cage at the Humane Society of NY, to a cozy home in the most expensive zip code in the country.  How great is that?

I'm in my bed with my teddy bear.
Even though being adopted made me so excited and meant I got out of my cage and go home,    I was scared when I came home with Lynda and stood under the dining room table.  I was afraid to sit in case I needed to make a fast getaway.  She went very slowly with me so I wouldn't run and hide.  Even though I had to sleep in a crate it was okay because it was right next to her bed and I could see her all the time.

In no time I was sitting at her feet instead of standing, or sitting on her lap.  I followed her around for company.  It felt so good to have someone hug and kiss me, and scratch my ears.  I was so happy and I could tell Lynda was happy too.  She was smiling more, playing ball with me, petting me all the time, and taking me out a lot.  That is what heaven must feel like.

Little did I know what she would to go through for her not to have to send me back to the HS.  That's Chapter III.


  1. What a sweet visual your words paint, Lynda! Can't wait to see Part III!

  2. Thank you for your comment. I always wonder if I convey what I really feel, particularly about BJ.