We been working on some basic commands like Sit,Lay down, stay and she gets it most of the time. She has been curious to become friends with the cats but the cats let her know they are not to fond of her kind so she just whimpers a little and stays away from them. This is good though cause it shows that she could most likely be in a home of cats cause she has no interest in chasing them or darting at them as hard as it might be especially to a curious puppy.
So far since I had her My brother has stayed the night and slept on the roll out bed in my living room where Simba rolled up in a little ball and slept with him, She did the same the next night when my dad stayed the night. The past couple nights she has slept in the room with us. She tried to get right in the middle between us but we let her know that we prefer her at the foot of the bed. Last night we had her off the bed and she did not argue once we told her off she went to the pile of blankets I had on the floor on my side of the bed and just nestled up right there. She didn't care if she were in the bed or not..she just wanted to be where the people were.
All in all she is going to make a great family dog. She just needs the basic puppy training and would probably love A home with another dog and some kids. She seems to be adjusting to us really well and it worries me that she may get too attached to us so I hope she gets adopted quick by her forever family while she is still a youngin. This is why I been having guests over as well. I want her to know a bunch of strangers so she can adjust more easy to a new family. I just get a little worried for her that once she is adopted I don't want her to think we abandoned her if she gets too attached but I guess that must be a common feeling all first time foster parents must feel.
Anyway that is Simba and she is a wonderful doggie up for adoption.