Boston comedian’s new book about his relationship with a dog
Comedian and actor Rufus Sewell’s new comedy book, Rufuses, focuses on his relationship to his two dogs, a Labrador and a German shepherd.
The book, which was released in November, tells the story of Sewell and his friend, James, who were both born with canine companions.
Rufuss was raised by his father, who has since died.
Sewell began a relationship with James, then a dog-sitter, while he was attending college in Los Angeles.
James became the “boy” in the family, and Rufens, as he affectionately calls himself, was the one he was supposed to be with.
The relationship developed into something very different, as James, a college student, began a romance with a male dog.
The two shared their experiences of their relationship with friends and strangers and their experiences with pets.
Ruelas’ book details the ups and downs of the relationship and the hardships of growing up with the two dogs.
He also talks about the ups in the dog-loving community as a result of the media’s fascination with dogs.
Rielas, who plays James in the film, said that while the relationship between James and Ruelass is complicated, it’s one he’s been in for a long time.
“He has a beautiful family and they are very loving, and they just love dogs and I love dogs, and I have a great relationship with them,” he said.
“I just wish there was a way to make that more personal, to make it personal and to make me understand more about it.”
James’ first love, a German Shepherd named Rufes, became the center of the book.
“It was a very happy thing because it was a really sweet, loving dog,” he told the New York Daily News.
“They loved each other and were so good at hiding, and that was the main thing that kept me in check.
It was not something that I could ever have done for a dog.”
James and the dog bonded through a series of “bromances” and eventually became best friends.
The bond between James, his new partner and their two dogs became a point of pride for the two.
Ruellas said he found the relationship with the dog “so much more personal than it was in real life, which I think is a good thing.”
James said he felt “kind of lost” when his relationship ended and that Ruelasses first love was no longer important to him.
“But I felt that there was something about that dog, and the relationship, that made it a little more special,” he recalled.
“And I kind of knew that was a connection that was important to me and a relationship that was special to me, and it wasn’t just that I was a dog lover.
It wasn’t about me.
It just wasn’t.”
James told The Boston Globe that he had planned to write a book about the dogs before Ruelases death, but that his relationship fell apart.
“When James left, it felt like the universe was saying, ‘Okay, we can do this now.
We’ll put all the pressure on you,'” he told The Globe.
“At that point, it was just, I’m not interested anymore.”
James, of course, is not the only one who has a dog.
James, Ruel and Riel are also friends with the “Panda Bear,” who was introduced in the “Grown Ups” series.
“There are a lot of dogs out there, and most of them are just great pets,” James said.
James and James’ relationship with their dogs was also featured in a recent movie, “Rufus & James and Me,” in which James and his brother Ruel were both stars.