Her only worry is what time we will be coming home to snuggle her and what time of day she’ll be getting her favorite treats. Other than that, all she has to do and relax, cuddle and take up an entire bed.
I’ve never met another dog like this in my entire life. I’m talking incredibly needy. If you spoon her for an hour and get up, she will act like you’ve just disowned her. When we lay in bed, she feels the need to lay directly on top of us with her nose about an inch away from our faces. You can feel her snarfing all over you. Yes, snarfing. I don’t know the direct source of this word but Pat says he grew up saying it with his mom about their dogs sneezing all over you. I definitely threw that one in my dictionary.
She runs in circles when we get home. She follows Pat around the house as if they had a string attached to each other. She lies in the nook of my legs and rests her head on my knees. She catches a Frisbee without even trying. She’s Kali, the best dog anyone could ask for.