My new name is Moxie. I haven't decided yet whether the person who named me was being ironic or the name was aspirational. You see, I'm quite shy. New situations and especially noises make me very uncomfortable.
My personality is the polar opposite of courage and know-how. However, I did notice the definition of moxie also included "determination." I am determined...determined to find a nice, quiet forever home and a person who will love me, just as I am, forever.
I'm getting braver every day, as I learn more about being a pet and living in a home. I'm moving into a special foster home on November 1st with a nice lady who has a bunch of other dogs, some of whom were shy like me.
I really like the idea of having doggie brothers or sisters, and living with someone who can help me overcome my shyness. Maybe I'll post an update a couple weeks after I move to foster.
Keep me in your thoughts,
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