I hope I can find him a good one. If you don’t live in Tennessee (or at least close to Clarksville), I’m sure my mother and I can meet you half way/discuss something if you /really/ want him. We don’t have a car, so we have to borrow her ever-so-friendly friend’s car. Well, as long as you don’t live on the other side of the states. Or the world.
I live in an apartment that can’t take dogs, so he’s staying at my mother’s friend’s. Today, though I was definitely under the assumption of it, I found out this friend isn’t very reliable. Even when my mom gives her $400 dollars a month to care for them. (We went to go help said friend with cleaning around the house earlier today, only to end up spending an hour untangling both the dogs there. Both people who have the physical capability to even get out of bed were ‘too lazy’ to go do it. I’m not sure how long they were like that, but both dogs are normally fed the night before and both still had food in their bowls.)
Which really upsets me.
We’re moving soon, thankfully, but we can only take one dog with us. So I’d like to see him go to a nice home before I have to go to school in April, as I don’t particularly feel comfortable with him being at a home that commonly has kids there that enjoy throwing bowling balls, gardening tools, and scissors in their direction. (Even if they have never actually hit them, but still. It could still happen, which scares me.)
And now I will get the biggest fucking milk tea with boba that TapEx offers and just shut myself in the library where alkenes, alkynes, delocalized pi systems, and electrophilic aromatic substitution will keep me company for the next 8 hours u_u