In my post earlier this week, I mentioned how we let blind Avery stay in his crate in the morning until he's good and ready to come out on his own. Well, in the past several days he's developed a new twist on this -- he comes out of his crate and then goes into the crate next door ... stays there for a while ... and then goes in the next one ... and so on. The other morning Alayne found him in blind Louie's crate, which is four crates down from his own, at the end of the row. I took this photo the following day, when he had left his crate and gone into blind Willie's, the first stop on his journey. Each time he sits there, contemplating something (the nature of the universe? the nature of being?), before moving on to the next one. We're not sure what to make of this development, but if it works for him, we're all for it!