We met Lulu and Meredith first thing this weekend. After making friends, Meredith asked, “Are you lost or did you run away?” No answer from the pup.A collar was around the the sturdy neck but she had time to call. She figured she’d carry the pooch to the office, buy a leash, food and call the owner. What a plan! And what about the Christmas party? She, Meredith, was totally in charge of the big event. Okay, she had enough pull to bring the pup up to the office. Sure enough, a collar with identification was there to read. Snuffy belongs to Brian Reed. A phone number was right there. The bus pulled up. Meredith climbed aboard with her extra baggage paid the fare and sat up front sorting out the plans for the day.She’d call the owner and give the dear creature away although she knew she wanted to keep it.She’d lived alone for a long time. Forget a new man A dog might be the answer. A quick call to this owner. Snuffy belongs to him. “Mr. Reed, I found your dog or rather she found me on my way to work.the pup is asleep on my lap. I can return the dog much later in the day. “Keep her. I don’t give a damn.. He coughed. Sorry , I am recovering from hip replacement surgery and the stupid dig sitter lost her. One of the many things is I can’t take care of her.
Mr. Reed, what kind of name is Snuffy.
First of all, she is a therapy dog with a certificate, so there. And what name would you prefer, you with a temporary pooch? “
Since she dealt with a recuperating man, Meredith decided to be extra kind. “She’s a female and deserves a pretty name. I’m going to call her Lulu.” http: //www. wewriwa//..