Susan Graham of Barnhart says her dog, Cash, can be mischievous.

Susan Graham of Barnhart says her dog, Cash, can be mischievous.

Susan Graham of Barnhart says Cash, a dog her family found in 2017, can be a little rascal.

“He’s a very energetic, mischievous puppy to say the least,” she said. “He goes around to our other pets and bites them in the tail to get them to play with him. He’s an instigator. He wants to play so much it kind of bugs them.

“He’ll destroy a blanket. He plays with it like a tug-of-war. He also destroys towels.”

The family has three other dogs.

Graham remembers when she met Cash, now 3 years old.

“On Nov. 2, 2017, a 4-month-old puppy was wandering in our front yard near Moss Hollow Road in Barnhart,” she said. “We put his picture all over social media and brought him to Jefferson County Animal Control. He had a collar on but no chip. He spent the next 10 days there waiting for his owner. We called every day to see if he had been picked up. When no one claimed him, we decided we would go get him and name him Cash.

“We named him after Johnny Cash. We love country music.”

Graham said Cash looks like a mixture of breeds.

“I think there’s some pit bull in him,” she said. “He’s a mutt.”

Cash is a loving pet, she said.

“He’s the best cuddler,” she said. “He loves to crawl under the covers and sleep there all night. He sits in a chair at the table like a person, which makes us all giggle.

“He’s fun. He’s got a great personality.”

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