Welcome-welcome... Just a trivial note: I placed your user page under the Category:Hitchhikers because this is a standard categorization for hitchhikers on hitchwiki.org (see this discussion here for the reasons of doing so). If you want to be categorized by country, too, chose your country from the categories on Category:Hitchhikers page (or create your own one if the country of your current location is not on the list - in case you need help with that please write about it here). --Sigurdas 00:43, 6 December 2008 (UTC)
Hi Sigurdas, Thanx, I surely dont want to be categorised under any country. You know, we dogs, are lucky, people still let us remain just Dogs regardless of which forest we come from. If you want to know, I am mostly catalan-spanish-french-polish-mexican according to your human terminology. Hahahaha! Happy Hiking!
- Hi Rashalba! I'm a human, but I wanted to say that I've hitchhiked with a dog and a girl (yeah) once, we needed two rides to get back home. We actually met this dog in the forest, she was obviously just strolling around like a wild dog, but she was very young, maybe she had been in the forest a few days... all the time running after hares. But the girl wanted to take her. Unfortunately, it was the last day of the year and the girl went to hike with her in the evening... and she ran away again!
Maybe you can give me some advice by the way... this holiday we were hiking as a group of human beings without dogs. But one day in the morning we met a young dog of some months, maybe half a year, I don't know exactly... and this dog decided to follow us all the time. Of course, it was because we were petting her, maybe even giving some food. But at the end of the day, she was still with us to our surprise... we had to cross a small town. Then we lost her because she had to meet with a loooooot of dogs that were living in a street near this town. Somehow we were glad that she did not follow us into the town with all the dangerous cars... What is your advice to us... Maybe we should have sent her away in the morning? Or maybe such young, cute dog can find another boss and go on adventure hikes with us? Because we don't believe she could come back to the place where we met, even we doubt if she was really from this place. But we didn't know... :) Hope to see you on the road Rashalba! --Fverhart 17:04, 8 December 2008 (UTC)