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The Paths to Here
Pancake and Godiva chose me to be their father in 2007. Pancake was first, and he was adopted from award winning Yorkshire Terrier breeders who raised a champion pedigree from a loving family home in New Mexico. When I picked up Pancake from LaGuardia airport, a 9 month old Panny stumbled out of the plane animal carrier , looked up at me, and began to urinate. At that moment I knew Pancake was my son. We held eye contact as he pissed and imprinted as dogs and owners do committing psychically to the journey that was beginning with the sound of warm piss on tiles.
it’s you and me, bitch.”
My first year with Pancake was filled with aggravation and parental last straws. Though a puppy, Pancake seemed to have the soul of a defiant American teenager, boldly disobeying, barking back, and taking me to my wits endI discovered I was living with pet Houdini. No matter how complex, heavy, layered, or stacked, Pancake always found a way to escape the massive barrier Id create to keep him in the kitchen. I’m talking full 3seat sofas, ironing boards, dog gates, any furniture that was heavy and wide - he would escape. It got to the point I was convinced he was phasing through solid objects. Every day I would return home in the evening from work, to find the barrier
untouched as a kitchen-liberated Pancake waited for me, having fully shat and pissed the hallway with more than what seemed possible for his 4 lbs body.
I adopted Godiva a year later and he calmed the fuck down.
Honestly I think he, just like most of us, hated being alone. With the addition of Godiva Kiki Purée San Juan in 2008, we became an odd, yet cute trio known around NYC. Over time, it was clear Pancake was the star, Godiva was the younger Honestly I think he, just like most of us, hated being alone. With the addition of Godiva Kiki Purée San Juan in 2008, we became an odd, yet cute trio known around NYC. Over time, it was clear Pancake was the star, Godiva was the younger sister. This was clear all the times he ate first, or peeked out of the doggie Carrier by standing on her head.