Molly's mother was abandoned (pregnant) and the Humane Society picked her up. (Our county has a no kill shelter.) She had the puppies and both she and the puppies were at the adoption day. All I can say is puppy faces melt my heart! At the moment I saw her, I knew that there wouldn't be a trip to Belize that year.
I can't believe that happened 7 years ago. Where does the time go? Here is a picture of the Princess the day after we got her. She was 8 weeks old. She had me up all night (like all puppies, she was very scared of her new house) and she finally fell asleep at 9:00 a.m. the next morning. I remember I was exhausted!
She was a very cute puppy!
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know that I cook for her - she can't eat any kind of dog food. Believe me, we have tried all the specialty stuff the vet(s) recommended! At Christmas time, we usually stock up on 30 lb turkeys to cook for her. The turkeys are cheaper at Christmas time and we have a large freezer to store them in. I cook them throughout the year. We have one left from last Christmas and I will be cooking it soon. Next month, the process starts all over again!
Her food is really quite expensive when you add in all the extra vitamins the nutritionist has me give her. (Yes, she goes to a doggie nutritionist!) But considering how happy and healthy she is, I really don't mind.
Happy Birthday Molly!
Maybe someday I will get to go to Belize!
Happy Birthday, Molly :)ReplyDelete
Your cousins, Louise and Bertha will be l4 next April. I also just went to "look" at the puppies and how could I leave one sister without the other.
Gloria Waldron Hukle Perreault