Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Great Mills, MD
It depends. Usually it doesn't bother me too much; I only kennel him when everyone is going to be gone for more than an hour or two, which is rare because there's almost always someone homem or on their way home. When we do kennel him, I kind of feel bad for him because I know how much he loves being around his humans. I didn't feel as bad when Chey was alive, but now that he's the only dog I feel a bit worse about it.
The only time I feel outright guilty is when I'm doing something that is animal oriented and for whatever reason, I didn't bring him with me.
RIP Sebastian, Baby, Cheyenne, Baxter. Gone but never forgotten.
Finnian The Irish Lad WGSD: SAR
Abeni the Little Warrior: Pomeranian rescue.
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