Animals of the MLS

This week's star of Animals of the MLS reminds me of the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland who is famous for his tune, "I'm late, I'm late for a very important date".  Our furry friend seems to be afraid he's missing out on all the action happening in the house so he's rushing downstairs to join in the fun. Perhaps he heard some scuttling about and thought there was a good old fashioned game of tug-o-war going on without him. Maybe someone accidentally said the word "treat" and he flew down the steps to claim his snack of choice. No matter what activity he perceived as happening this picture captured his frenzied attempt at joining in all the fun. 

If he was that intrigued by the agent's presence snapping photos just imaging how excited he was anytime a potential buyer arrived for a showing. Even if our companion was kenneled but allowed to remain in the home for viewings there's little doubt in my mind that his excitement would get the better of him when buyers entered his domicile. I bet he would have greeted visitors with a bevy of barks which could intimidate a potential home shopper. Sellers should do everything they possibly can to make their home a comfortable and inviting atmosphere setting the mood for a positive showing experience even if that means completely removing their pets from the premises. 

As for the picture itself, it does absolutely nothing to show a home shopper a selling feature of the home.  It doesn't capture the full scope of the staircase or front entry in which I assume this picture was taken. The living area in the background is too far away to get an accurate depiction of it's size and usefulness or how it's situated in regards to the flow and floor-plan of the home. In my opinion this was a completely unnecessary picture to upload to the MLS. 

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