My boyfriend and I took in a very pregnant rottweiler last Saturday. We named her Penny.
Penny pushed out 9 healthy puppies on Monday: 6 boys and 3 girls. Please email me if you’d like to adopt one, or if you know someone else who could give one a loving home (and will submit to my rigorous screening process).
As one can imagine, I am in puppy heaven right now. For the next 6-8 weeks there will be either no posts or only rottweilerific posts. But I did want to mention that in the process of acquiring Penny, some friends and I discussed the practice of eating dogs. A certain Chinese friend announced that, abroad, she had witnessed both her parents eat not only dog but also cat meat. Which made me want to ask my mother if she has. I haven’t told her yet about these newest additions to my family, but I’m guessing that’s for two totally separate conversations. Anyone have any tips on elegant wording in Korean? So far I have, “Om-ma, Hangookehso mong-mong mogoso?” (Translation: “Mother, in Korea did you eat woof-woofs?”)