In our adventure having a dog in the house (Sidnei, the one above doing her best to look sad, mistreated, lonely and pitiful all at once), I’m learning that she’s capable of a range of emotions that would set a hollywood starlet to shame. Take this morning’s activities for example.
- Humans wake up, find pee on floor. Husky ashamed.
- Humans clean the floor. Husky outside. Husky whines pitifully.
- Humans let husky back in house and pick up her leash. Husky excited.
- Walk around the neighborhood. Husky enthusiastic and filled with boundless energy.
- Return home and give her breakfast. Husky full, tired, and rolls around on her bed.
- Humans eat breakfast. Husky outside laying on pitiful whining to inform the neighborhood just how badly she is being treated.
- Humans dress for work. Husky sad.
- Humans leave the house. As the door is closed, husky stares through the gap with big, mournful eyes.
- Husky contented. Settles down for a snooze to get her strength back to repeat the process in the evening.
There, the full range of emotions in just one hour. So, if you have a sitcom, movie, or TV show in need to a dog, please let me know, we’ve got a star-in-waiting.
But maybe you’ve got star-in-waiting?