They refused to go outside for bathroom duties, refused to lie on their beds and rest, and I decided that if I left them in the motorhome for 4 hours that I was going to have a mess to clean up when I got home from work. So I decided that I would take them to work with me. I carried a blanket from the car into my office for them to lie on, and then brought them in. Fleur, being the senior, more experienced one of the two, knew that when I put the blanket down that she was supposed to lie on it and be quiet.
|Where is her halo!? She is lying under the desk, out of sight!|
Power was another kettle of fish entirely! He had never been in an office, and he had never been around lots of strangers one after the other, and he had never had to lie on a blanket on a hard floor. He was really restless and couldn't settle down at all.
|His halo got stepped on because he was too restless to keep it on his head!|
I hooked his leash to a chair leg and he was more restricted, but not content.
He was restless and wanted out of my office, but of course I couldn't let him out. He would not go under the desk and then lay on the nice soft blanket, so he had to make do with the hard floor.
I think he learned a lot today, and I think that he would do better if I brought him to work again!
The main thing is that he and Fleur weren't scared all day during the thunder and lightning!