No, really! To be fair, though, I only rescue the occasional puppy when there's room in my household.
I'm a guy who loves to cook, sing, run, repair things (so they actually work!), sit in front of the fire with a good book, travel the world, learn new things, teach, meet people, make my own (very tasty) beer, and generally be silly. I'm happy having a deep conversation (with occasional ridiculous tangents) over dinner, and equally happy camping and hiking in the woods with my dogs, studying art in a museum, kayaking, or having fun at a party. As long as something engages my mind and body, I'll probably love doing it.
I'm looking for someone who will, foremost, be my best friend. Friendship alone doesn't make a relationship, though - that requires mutual trust, attraction, a commitment to resolve conflicts together, and a dozen other things. Many of those things take time, though, so friendship and attraction are the starting points. It helps if you're sarcastic, if you can take jokes as well as give, and if you're smart as a whip (the latter most of all - brains are sexy!).
I also love meeting new people and learning a bit about them, and I enjoy making new friends. If you think we might get along, let's meet for coffee, drinks, ice skating (which would be a new experience for me), bumper cars, a jog around the park, dancing, caber tossing, whatever. If nothing else, it'll be time well-spent (or, as a friend once said, "time, well... spent!").