On Friday, I picked up Lugh from Free Spirit Siberian Rescue. He was excited to see me. I figure he must have remembered me because of the turkey slices I carry around and use for treats.
It turns out, that I may have an escape artist on my hands. In the back of each kennel run there is a doggie door that is locked. That doggie door leads to the kennel on the other side of the wall. Apparently, Lugh figured out how to work the lock and snuck in to be with Angel. I hope this isn't going to lead to any issues.
He doesn't seem to be a fan of vehicles. I had to pick him up to put him in my blazer. Once I got him into the back, he found out how comfortable it could be. It's a bumpy ride, so the seat behind me is covered in pillows. And the back has a doggie bed in it. So, everything behind the driver's seat is one big comfy cushion. I don't know what his life was like before he landed in the kill shelter in California, but I at least know that he hasn't had this kind of luxury in a while (if at all). I wish I could have given him a less bumpy ride home, but it appears with the way he stretched out that he was quite content nonetheless.