Neal rescued a puppy that got stuck in the cow grate entrance to the neighborhood. He’s really little, but he’s eating soggy adult dog food so maybe that’s a good sign. I don’t know anything about pets. I do know, after some research, that he’ll have a bad immune system if he doesn’t get mother’s milk. So, I informed him (or her) that he doesn’t get a name until he lives old enough to earn one. He still has to meet the neighborhood dogs. Reading the Troost book will remind you that island dogs live out the mantra “dog eat dog world”. We’ll see how it goes. Until then, I’m calling him (or her) Little Bear.
BioFour years ago I took an opportunity to work at a national museum in the paradise islands of the British West Indies. After a year working in archives across southern Australia, I'm in the desert of southern California working to develop a desert museum in the middle of the desert - the only educational institution within a 25 mile radius.
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