The rabbits had their small section of the building designed just for them, with ramps and stick huts. They had plenty to eat, a sign of the Humane Society's care. They were just lying around, sleeping, eating, and occasionally, hopping around. I called Mom in from parking the car, so she could see the bunnies. Mom is fascinated with bunnies. I don't think it will be long before Dad cracks and lets her get one. However, the bunnies got boring. On to the dogs.
The dogs also had their own section of the building to themselves. There were about thirty different rooms. Almost every room contained a dog. In each room there was a bed, a chair for the workers coming in, and toys. I discovered that the smaller the dog, the more toys they had. Mom referred to the toys as the dogs traveling companion, which sounded very true to me. Also, the smaller the dog, the cuter it was.
The cutest one, well that was a tie between Oliver and Lilly. Both of them were Chihuahua mixes. In fact, most dogs there were Chihuahua mixes (some conspiracy against Chihuahuas?) but the dogs didn't really care. Oliver was a cute black dog the reminded me of our old dog Trinket, only with different eyebrows. Oliver was also smaller than Trinket. Lilly was whitish-tanish dog that loved the worker who came in to feed her and clean her windows. When the worker left, Lilly kept trying to find a way through the doors.
Will it stay a tie? Who knows? But I hope they both get adopted. Whatever, family they go to, they're sure to show their love and caring.