There’s some strange things going on here and I wanted to tell you all about it.
I had dinner as usual last night. And as usual, I managed to steal some of Sabrina’s food too.Shortly after dinner, my water bowl was taken away.
I like water. Drinking makes me happy. It’s like food, but wetter – and I usually get access to it all the time. Usually.
When breakfast alarm went off this morning, Sabrina and I got up with The Will.
But there was no breakfast! No food! No water! NOTHING! I had to resort to chewing on pant legs to ease my growling belly.
So now mum says I get to go for a car ride with her, but Sabrina has to stay home. I like car rides, they usually end up at the dog park. But I’ve never gone to the dog park without Sabrina.
Hey mum, can we grab some grub on the way? I’d settle for some grass……
Mum’s note: Poppy will be six months old on Sunday. Today she will be going to the vet for her spay and nostril widening surgery. She will also have both (yes, she has two) of her hernias fixed. Her belly button hernia is so big, she’s often mistaken for boy. I can’t express to you how glad I will be to finally have the hernias fixed so I no longer have to worry about them getting worse and potentially harming her.
Please keep Poppy in your thought today. Although she is in the best hands possible with Dr. Sra and his team, she’s just a little dog and I do worry.
There is someone else who needs your juju today. Payton crossed the rainbow bridge last night. She was surrounded by her family and by love. My heart breaks in a million pieces for her loving family who need your love and support to get through their devastating loss.
Payton was the sweetest pug out there and truly didn’t deserve the many curve balls that have been thrown her way. And her parents…….. well, let’s just say, if I were to die tomorrow and come back as a dog, there is nobody I’d rather live with than Payton’s family.