Sorry for the delay in blogging - my typist has been working on a project and was not available - where are her priorities?
I hope everyone had a Happy Easter that was filled with good food and fun. Well, I had a little surprise because we went to the Fox Terrier Rescue for Easter - and we came back with a very strange looking bunny.
I think you may know him as Paddy - well, D and C just couldn't stop thinking about him. They fell head over heels for him when he was here. They aren't very good fosters - because they failed on their first foster!
I have been extra special BOSSY - I am not so good with change - I am not so secure about things. But D and C are working hard on making sure I have my space and lots of love to reassure me everything will be ok. Paddy has settled in well - he is really sweet and when he gets a little more settled - I might let him comment from time to time! Looks like Paddy's here to stay.
I have another new friend that I met through D - he is a 14 year old Tong Gau - that means a Hong Kong breed that is local to the area. He lives in a great little area called Pok Fu Lam (in the hills near a large reservoir that looks like a lake and is filled with Turtles and Koi Carp - really pretty) and has lots of various animal friends. He has just started blogging - so if you could drop by and welcome him that would be great! He has a really powerful bark - but is a softy at heart. His name is Massimilliano - drop by and bark at him - he speaks lots of languages - so you can bark in whatever lingo you want - Thanks!
It was nice seeing everyone at the rescue - lots of dogs have found there furever homes and that makes everyone smile. But a Fox terrier has gone missing and if you can go to the website or look at the photo - just be on the lookout for him - He is about 10 years old, sticky-uppy ears and his name is Freedom. His owners are besides themselves with grief - so we want to do everything to help him return home.
If you have any information - please let his owners know - he was lost in the area of Ferndown in South Dorset, 5-10 miles north of Bournemouth.
Well, my typist promises to be more loyal and there will be more posts from me and Paddy - Licks for now