It’s no secret that I have two, furry children. Two needy furkids that I love as if they were my own children (it’s okay for me to say that because I don’t actually have any children. Shush.) If you’re here, it’s because you want to get to know the personality behind the fluff. You’ve come to the right place, but don’t expect this to be fluff-free. Seriously, you’re probably covered in pet hair now.
Indy (Indiana) | #indypanda
Aussiedoodle | Possible Muppet
Indy is the biggest personality in our house. He firmly believes he is an Instagram star. Multiple people have referred to him as a “human in a dog costume” after meeting him. Don’t tell Indy he’s actually 0% human, it’ll break his heart. I didn’t truly know the meaning of “velcro dog” until we adopted Indy. His favorite activities include the zoomies, tug, begging for treats, car rides, and barking at every single noise ever. It takes him about 10 minutes to calm down after meeting someone, even if he already knows them. He 100% believes he is a 47 lb. lap dog, especially in the car. Every night we battle for the same space in the bed. We are those people who take our dog to every single dog event we can find (Shoutout to Nashville Paw!) Indy hopes to one day be a Weather Dog, which of course we fully support.
Romy | #romypants
Long-haired Calico Mystery
Despite what our names might suggest, Romy and I did not go to high school together. We met and fell in love with each other at the Brown County Humane Society in 2012. Initially outgoing, ever since her adoption Romy has been a firm believer in “Stranger Danger.” Romy’s frequent nap spots include anywhere soft and cozy as well as flower pots – both empty ones and those occupied by plants. While she isn’t snoozing away like a proper house cat, Romy can be found punishing our evil rugs, hunting for elusive spiders, helping out with yarn crafts, or bird-watching with me at the window. A girl of many talents, it may surprise you to learn that Romy is a DJ, specializing in remixes of “Heathens” by Twenty-one Pilots. If you ask her about this though, do not expect an answer. She’s either too smug or too humble to discuss her accomplishments – your guess is as good as mine.