Wednesday, May 27, 2009

May 2009

AP and I were walking in the park this morning and the sunlight hit me just right and she noticed that I had a pool of blood sitting in the bottom of my eye. She called the Vet and they told her to get me to the eye Dr. right away. So off to see Dr. Gift we went... I like him he really wishes he could help me see, but he cant. He was more concerned about the protein junk in my other eye and put me on all kinds of medicine and I have to go back in 2 weeks. He told AP that if the junk clogs up my eyes they might have to remove them. She didnt seem to happy about that but it didnt bother me - my eyes dont work anyway.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

May 16, 2009

I went to Spring Fest at AGP Resucue in VA. I hate the long ride but I do love the Pyr Fest. I get to play with everyone that I hung out with when I lived there and all the humans fuss over me. It was very hot this year and some guys were actually laying in the pools.

Of course I dont do water very well so CM kept putting a cold water bottle on my belly to cool me down. My friend Bertha was there and she got adopted and has a really great family that loves her very much. She has some step siblings to play with as well. AP says we have a 1 Pyr house because I am the equivalent of 3 since I am such a handful. I dont understand that since I know I weigh, way more than a handful...... I could tell Bertha had grown up to be very pretty and she is very smart.

I entered all the events and I actually won some and so did Bertha. AP knew I would win for best kisser since I can't resist ears so she put her ear down in front of me and we won. I also won fastest down, since it was really hot I was getting ready to lay down anyway and AP said DOWN and I was headed that way.

AP says I am a cheeseball when it comes to photos - she swears I know when someone has a camera...

My Friend Bertha

Lots of Pyrs and Mommy Vickie telling the humans how important it is to take care of us. We all had tons of fun and I can't wait till the Fall Fest. Thanks to everyone that made it possible.