Well, Paddy has gone back to the rescue - both D and C were very very sad - he needs a checkup with his Eye Specialist and maybe we will see him again soon. D and C are not very good foster carers as they have one foster dog and want to keep him. I should not have behaved so well - I should have been more bossy. We think he enjoyed himself - he loves his walkies - here he is with his Lurcher (greyhound) and collie pals - I am very fond of the big lurcher - his name is Charlie - and I like him a lot!
We brought him back to the Rescue and he settled back in nicely - after a few cuddles - he settled on the couch.
I was not so relaxed - although they were wonderful to me at the Rescue and they found me such a good home - I am not entirely comfortable being there. So I spent most of the time stuck to D or C's legs.
D thinks he has been a good influence on me - but how is that possible? I have always been perfect, no?
So my life has gone back to normal - we are back home and I went walkies this morning - and thought I would show you the lovely daffodils in our park. Spring is definitely here - and I am looking forward to the bluebells arrival. Will post photos when they are in bloom - they are BEAUTIFUL
Well, all that excitement at the Fox Terrier Rescue brings me to the Fox Terrier Fun Walk we are organising on the 19th of April, 2009 in Stanmer Park (Brighton). It is the first Fox Terrier Fun Walk and we are hoping it will be a success. I might even get to meet my pal Jackson finally! We will try and get some of the rescues there if we can - they will deserve a fun day out.
Go to the website and check the details out - hopefully they can get a good crowd and have all the Fox Terriers strut their stuff.
We will of course take lots of photos -
Lots of licks