Monday, June 28, 2010
Registered King Charles Cavalier Puppies Available!
All of you TV aficionados out there, I'm sure, remember Charlotte's cute little pup from "Sex and the City?"
You know the one, the little inquiring face keeping pace with Charlotte as she does her jogs around the NYC reservoir in Central Park, that little critter with the...well.. puppy dog eyes...that could melt any hard heart, and the character in the show that brings Charlotte out of her funk and depression with a litter of amazing little babies.
That's not surprising you know. People that have pets HAVE been shown to live longer and be a bit happier. I think it's because you are put in a position of doing something for a being other than yourself perhaps. And the unconditional love is such a bonus. I still remember the scene in the show when Charlotte totally forgets her own problems, as her dog gives birth to her little brood. :-)
When I was visiting my hometown in Texas a few months ago, my niece Rachel was having a bed-side vigil of her own.
Her King Charles Cavalier was having a difficult pregnancy herself, and had been in labor for some time, requiring constant monitoring as the time drew near. Every few minutes Rachel would go to check on the soon-to-be-mom, with great anticipation and hope that all the little babies would come out okay. One never knows. Anything could happen... but, Rachel, being a great Mom herself, was a perfect mid-wife. And the tense night ended happily.
Now, some months later, the little puppies are looking for a home. If you don't live near Rachel, it's okay, since the puppies can be safely shipped. So, if you are interested, take a look at these amazing pics above (that's my great-niece Natalie in the first one, by the way) and contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if you aren't interested... or think you aren't... I warn you that looking at those eyes may change your mind.
Also, if you are not familiar with King Charles Cavaliers, they really are amazing dogs. Beautiful, mild-tempered, quiet--i.e. not big barkers unless they sense a danger, great with kids, and perfect pups if you want one to sit with you and watch TV.... hey, I think I see a rerun of "Sex and the City" on just about now.
No time to waste! :-)