she was a stray so we don't have much history on her. The adoption fee was only $90, but they socked us with another $120 at the clinic for her shots. She came from here[/break1]orphansofthestorm.org]http://www.orphansofthestorm.orgthey adopted out 29 dogs this weekend.
She is so cute! What mix is she? (Although sometimes it isn't what they look like!) It's hard to tell more than beagle from the picture. I want another one! (But I'd have to rob a bank or work at McD's all night every night!)
Aren't you up to your eyeballs in animals already? Basenjis, cats, snakes, spiders...
Holy crap, she's cute.I want a puppy for Christmas.
-George Washington, 1801.
She sure is! Fortunately she can make it up the two flights to the bedroom on her own now, but she still has to be carried down (and she now weighs about 18 lbs). She doesn't cry to be taken out in the middle of the night any more -- if we put her in her crate at 9:30 or so, she'll sleep until about 8AM, maybe later if neither of us gets up to go to the bathroom! (In other words, she can hold it in longer than either of us.)But too adorable for words...http://i1155.photobucket.com/albums/p560/ArthurB22/P1000292.jpg
My, she's growing...growing...
That breaks my heart. I lost a wonderful cat, Kumquat, to the hazards of outdoor life. It still hurts to remember it after more than 30 years. RIP little kitty, Silver.
When we got home yesterday, Silver, our cat, wasn't there to greet us. He came home in the early evening unable to use the lower half of his body. After visiting the vet last night he was found to have two broken hips. He was given pain meds and steroids to reduce the inflammation and we took him home for the night. Ellie took him back to the vet early this morning and after another examination, he had to be put to sleep.We will miss him.
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