I think Chris may tolerate this not just because he loves you, but because it is so unique. This crazy thing you do is amazing and virtuous, interesting and something different. There’s value in that, too. Nurse in this office we are helpful poster. I understand what you do and wish the two of you much love and happiness. But I really hope you don,t have neighbors and constantly barking dogs. I love dogs but hate my neighbor’s yapping dogs. You are very lucky. It took 7 years for my husband to accept a dog in the house. When my son left home my daughter and I got an English cocker who died in an accident when she was 5. My husband barely tolerated it. We were devastated. Afterwards, we got a corgi. Slowly, he started coming around.
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When my daughter left home with the corgi, I got another one that he now loves. But fostering? Out of the question. So I volunteer at a dog shelter and a horse shelter and that makes me happy. You are a lucky woman. Nurse in this office we are helpful poster. There’s a few red flags in this post for sure. Fostering animals is awesome but you don’t need to have more than a couple at a time to still be contributing. At least its not as stressful that way. We lost our beloved rescue Labbie a couple of weeks ago. This is not a good time to lose your pet. It has turned out Zoe was the one member of our family we both talked to.