Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Don't Fix What's Not Broke

Coco is wise in the ways of the world.

Wisdom is not only about knowing what to do, but knowing what not to do.

For example, Coco says that: If it's not broke, don't fix it.

Trying to fix something that isn't broke only makes it worse.

Coco says that, when she was a puppy, she wasn't broke, but her humans took her to the vet to get her fixed.

Having been fixed, she doesn't feel that she's been improved. She feels that she is missing something.

Coco notes that, in her lineage, she is the first one to get fixed.

Dogs can remember all that happened in their lineage from first dog. Coco remembers that, in the lineage between first dog and Coco, none of the dogs had been fixed. They all seemed to work well without being fixed.

After a great deal of deliberation, Coco has decided that she doesn't want her puppies to get fixed.

Speaking of puppies, Coco asks: "Where do they come from? I've been expecting a litter to show up. But they haven't."

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