Sweet and Innocent
From W.O.L.F.’s Director of Animal Care Michelle Proulx and W.O.L.F. Staff Jillian Depperman
It is quite clear to all of her caretakers that Skye is feeling significantly better. Her mischievous behaviors seem to be increasing in both frequency and severity. Boots magically turn up with holes, scarves seem to have decreased in length, computers and files find themselves rehomed on the floor, and even the printer has undergone a remodel. Yes, our Skye feels great and wants to share this with everyone! Of course, we usually don’t manage to capture photographs of her naughtiness; she always manages to look quite innocent once the camera comes out.
We hope you enjoy these photos of our sweet, innocent Skye.
“No, I was not going to jump on the counter and eat the potatoes. I would never do that! Just look at this face… I would never lie to you.”
“I have no idea how the measuring cup full of potatoes got on the floor, or how the potatoes disappeared. I was sleeping like an angel. Someone must have put it next to me while I was sleeping and framed me for it. We should look into that.”
“No, I was not trying to get behind the wood you set up to keep me from chewing on the wires underneath the desk. I just thought I heard something back there. That’s all. I am just trying to look out for all of you and make sure everything is okay.”
“Whatever happened this time was not my fault. I was sleeping; it could not have been me.”
“No, I am not pretending to sleep while I wait for you to leave so that I can search through the dishes and try to find something to eat. It offends me that you would even ask.”
“Just keep scratching me. That feels good. I’m actually a bit sore from all of the counter-surfing I’ve been doing. Could you spend some time massaging my shoulders and hips? Much appreciated, thank you.”
“Okay, you caught me. Yes, I jumped up on the counter. I swear I wasn’t going to take anything, though. I was merely window-shopping. There’s no harm in that, right?”