|Hanging out with Uncle Tim|
Everybody liked me, even people who usually were scared of dogs because I was always so gentle and friendly. One couple, Tom and Bonnie, liked me so much they went out and got two puppies for themselves, even though the wife had never liked animals before.
I loved everybody. Most chow-chows are one-person dogs. That means they love and protect their owners but they are mean to everyone else.
I didn't see anybody as a stranger or an enemy. Grandma joked that if a burglar ever sneaked into our house, I would probably put my paws on his chest to greet him and say, "Would you like the TV? How about the VCR? Help yourself."
|Carol, who had cancer, found me comforting|
Today I am thankful for wheels.
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