Vi’s Corner: “Luna”

Luna American Eskimo

BEVERLY HILLS—I bet you think that you saw my happy face here a few weeks ago.  But, nope, you didn’t! It was my sister “Stella”.  My name is “Luna”, and people have a hard time telling us apart. We get a big kick out of that!

We’re very much alike, not only in looks, but in temperament, too.  We’re both gentle, affectionate, playful, and not one bit aggressive.  We love everyone!

Just to refresh your memory, we’re three-year-old American Eskimo girls, and we weigh about twenty-five pounds each.  As you can tell by our pictures, we always have big smiles on our faces.  We’re so happy being together, so, we hope, very much, that we will be adopted together.  Just think, if you have to go out for a while we’ll be with each other and you won’t have to worry about us being lonesome.  That’s a plus, isn’t it? And, when you see us play together, I guarantee that it will be better than any television program that you could watch!

I want to remind you, too, that we’re very smart, eager to please, easy to train, and we’re already housebroken! We love our walks, and you should see heads turn when people see us walking side by side. Why don’t you come in to see us and take us for a walk, then you’ll see what I mean.  We promise not to disappoint you!


By Vi Logan