A Little Tolerance Goes A Long Way

It’s been exactly one week since Laynie came into our lives. While it hasn’t exactly been easy, it’s been so worth it. We’re all settling in to a bit of a routine. Laynie seems to be thriving in a (semi)calm household environment with lots of love. Even Nola seems to be getting used to the new house guest. I wouldn’t say she is in love with Laynie, but she is tolerating her. I have even caught them snuggling a few times. However, the snuggles have been started by Laynie and just put up with, not quite enjoyed, by Nola.

Laynie trying to sneak in a cuddle.

Laynie is trying really hard here, notice her paw over Nola's leg.

The girls side by side. Laynie is actually laying on Nola's leg.

"Maybe if I roll into her, she won't notice and she'll stay for a while."

"I'll let Nola be the little spoon."

Although in a perfect world Nola would reciprocate the snuggling, her tolerance for Laynie is awesome and we are so lucky to have TWO amazing dogs in the house at once. I think we could all learn a thing or two from Nola about raising our tolerance levels for the good of someone in need.

If you’re interested in adopting Delaynie please fill out an application with BURN. If you would like more information about her, email me at: mrandmrsandnolakisses@gmail.com

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4 thoughts on “A Little Tolerance Goes A Long Way

  1. Aw, she is a sweetie! My boyfriend & I are fostering one of her puppies, Mavis (aka Snooki) – I think she is going to look a lot like Delaynie. Super snuggler, too! Fortunately our dog Ruca has a high tolerance for invasion of personal space, but it always takes a little while for her to warm up to a new foster. Thank you so much for posting this – hopefully more people will see how rewarding fostering is, despite the difficulties!

  2. Pingback: Adoptability Factor 3: Snuggle Bug | Mr. & Mrs. & Nola Kisses

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