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Woody (CBJ Woody): 5/21 - Hi and Hello

Hi, Hi, Hi it’s Woody here! I really haven’t been doing much since my last blog post, but I’m such an attention seeking hound I wanted to check in and send a quick hello!

The new thing for me this week is that I’ve been learning about toys. I have a squeaky one and a chewy one. I kinda like playing with them, but I usually stop after a couple of minutes and try to seek out some cuddles and scratches.

Some say sighthounds are tall so they can better see what they need to chase. Might be true, but for me, being a sighthound just lets me see where I can find some love and attention. HEY YOU...!

My other news is that I made a little improvement with the stairs. I managed to go down in to the basement, and gave my foster parents a fright in the process, but I did great/survived! Apparently I looked slightly “out of control” and like a “baby giraffe.” Well then, it’s time for a nap with my head under some furniture. 

- Woody

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