Humans are not the only ones who experience difficulties every time they move to a new home. Dogs also struggle to adjust to their new environment because everything around them is unfamiliar. Dog’s Constant Howling
Charleston Chew, the senior Pug, is not so different from all the other pups who struggle to cope up with their new home. He and his fur mama, Sharla Wilson, moved into their new apartment in Pittsburgh and have been having difficulties adjusting ever since their big move.
Charleston Chew’s eyesight grew worse as he aged, and the senior dog often feels anxious whenever Sharla is not around. He howls as loud as he could every time he needs help from his mama.
You howl all you want Charleston, honey pic.twitter.com/Cv5bLk0ogh
— megan (@jegan__mones) April 30, 2018
Sharla knew that moving into an apartment with a loud senior pup would annoy her neighbors at some point, so she wrote an adorable apology letter. She did not know people would take her note, but she knew that she had to say sorry for all the ruckus.
Sharla started her letter writing on behalf of her dog, Charleston Chew. The senior Pug sincerely apologized for his howling and described himself as an older man with cataracts.
The senior dog admitted that he gets really scared because he can no longer see where he is going. He also said that he gets afraid if he cannot find his fur mama.
He reassured his neighbors that he would settle down as soon as he gets used to his new home. Charleston thanked his neighbors for being patient with him and said that he did not mean to be such a pain to all those around him.
Sharla’s neighbor, Megan, uploaded the apology letter on Twitter, and her tweet received over four hundred thousand likes. She encouraged Charleston to howl all he wants and even became friends with her newest neighbor.
Source: jegan__mones via Twitter