“She said, I have the perfect dog for you, and went and got Twiggy, who at the time was called Grace.
Twiggy was the dog we had craned our necks earlier to look at.
She told us Twiggy’s background we gave her our references.
She said, she admired one of our references, who turned out to be the publicist for the Humane Society.
I thought it was a done deal.
She came back with the paperwork and said, I am so sorry, I’ve been away for a week and there are two people ahead of you for Twiggy.”