So I have this housemate named Charlie. Charlie doesn’t have to pay for rent, food, or clothes (my mom and I do that for him). Even though all he does is sleep, eat, and destroy everything in sight, we love him too much to kick him out. Charlie is very handsome, so when he confidently strolls around people always say “oh-my-god-he-is-sooo-cute!” He always gets the ladies’ attention. He enjoys it.
Charlie has these large black eyes that you can’t say no to or get mad at. Eyes that say I-didn’t-do-anything-I’m-just-sweet-and-innocent. They get everyone. He also has these adorable brown freckles that look like small blotches of brown sugar that go from his mid-eyes to the top of his black buttoned-sized nose. He is all white except for his brown freckles, his brown, large triangular ears, a brown spot on his back, and some brown shading around his droopy eyes. No, Charlie does not have some weird skin disease. Charlie is my new puppy.
Charlie is a cockapoo meaning he is a mix of cocker spaniel and poodle. Currently Charlie is only eight weeks old. Because he is so young, he is still teething. Meaning his small, white, and shark-like teeth are craving anything in sight including his small pink and black paws, and his thin, white tail. His tail resembles a worm when he gets excited since it crazily squirms around. Charlie’s fur is short but very thick. It is as soft as those comforting blankets that you can’t seem to stop touching. All of his hair is straight, except for the curly brown hair on his ears. He has several thin whiskers coming out of his popped out muzzle that look like pieces of clear fishing string.