I call myself an animal lover, I always dream of a house that will have dog and a cat. I want to be a dog-cat mom. I don't think about a house without animals or without a library. Imagine a gigantic chair with a warm blanket at the foot and a nice dog that is lazying by the chair. Or imagine an evening stroll in the park with a faithful companion that tags along.
I've never owned a dog, not since I was old enough to know what owning a dog means. I get a lot of "how would you know what its like to own a dog" rubbish. I'll tell you why I know I love dogs and cats. I love them because I've never been treated like a non-owner by a dog. Every time I patted a dog, all I've received is pure unadulterated love.
I don't have a favouite breed of dogs and I love anything from a Labrador to a street dog. I love little puppies and gigantic could be passed off as horses dogs. I'm not saying I want a dog this year or even in the next two. But I want a dog. Some point in my life. I want to know that when there is no one, there is a companion.
When I speak of dogs, I have to talk about Diana, Diana is a beautiful lab that belongs the the owner of my apartment. Every evening when I come back from office or each morning as I head out to work, I see this glorious creature who yearns to be cuddled and patted on her back. I run my hands through her furry coat, she looks at me with utter adoration. But I think I have more to thank her for she makes me feel like a better human being.
This post is being written as a part of the A TO Z Challenge. My theme for the AtoZ Challenge can be read here. To know more about the AtoZ Challenge itself click here.
Apart from it being totally awesome. I wanted to participate in the challenge because I need to see if I can write everyday from 2 months in a row. And this time I'm doing the whole commenting, posting, reading and writing as well! So this 2 AM writer will have very little sleep and mostly lots of coffee!
"It's a good thing to tell yourself about the good things in life."