Baby You Can Drive My Car

Have I mentioned how enamored both of our foster dogs are with car rides?

Well add a window cracked open, and they are in freakin’ heaven.

Where’s Oscar while all this head-out-the-window fun is going on, you ask?

Why, enjoying the rest of the backseat all to himself of course!

**Safety note: the window’s child lock is always on, and we make sure the window isn’t down far enough to where they could wriggle out.  And both of us were in the car – Foster Dad was driving, and Foster Momma was on puppy watch duty! 

If you’d like Molly Tamale or Cooper as your co-pilot, please fill out an application with Agape Animal Rescue.



Filed under Our Foster Journey

9 responses to “Baby You Can Drive My Car

  1. So cute! Nola loves sticking her head out the window too, but Delaynie sticks her whole body out. No good. 🙂


  2. Badger and Mushroom like to change the radio station when they’re in the car.


  3. Who called shotgun first? Oscar, Cooper or Molly Tamale?


    • Hard to say…when we open the car door, Cooper is always the first one to catapult himself in and claim his spot by the window. Molly Tamale hops in next, followed by Oscar (who likes to take his time…he doesn’t so much “hop” into the car as he does slow meticulous climb). Oscar parks himself and doesn’t move for the entire ride, while Molly & Cooper jockey for window position. 🙂


  4. Havi loves the car too! This is too cute!


    • We’re thankful our foster dogs have all liked the car so much, Oscar has never been a huge fan (he got car sick a lot when he was younger). But recently he’s been taking the lead from the fosters and tolerating the car. 🙂


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