Monthly Archives: February 2016

Never Say Never

Mumford was absolutely terrified when she arrived, so was Jazz and Sophie and so many more critters that we have rescued. With Buddy we were told, “You will never get him into a house.” You should have seen him the night we brought him home. We put a leash on him, opened the gate to…

Native Tongue

Duchess barks, Mumford howls (and it is so cute), the Budster growls when we are playing growly hands and whines when he’s upset by a sound under the house, which is probably a cat. His whine is so sad it almost makes you cry. Many people say that their animals talk to them and they…

Old and Wise

When the Duchess was a wee pup, I nicknamed her Wombat because she looked like a cute little wombat. Her sister Annie was Pudge Bunny for obvious reasons. When they arrived, Ruger immediately took to both of them. Annie was unable to join in some of the playful ruckus because her front shoulders didn’t work…

New Eyes

I have mentioned before that Duchess, Mom’s ‘petite little flower’, is nearly blind. One eye is completely dark and the other is quite dim. When we go out at night, I shine my flashlight on the path so that she can see. If we give her a treat, she moves her head side to side…

Baggage

Sergeant had been beaten, starved and left outside in the elements. Ruger had been starved. While they were yet puppies, Annie and Duchess had been abused by young children. Annie never recovered from the damage to her shoulders and forever hobbled as she walked. Georgia was a stray. When she arrived, she was terrified, starving…

For No Good Reason

I sit at my desk most of the day, working or writing or wasting my entire life away on the Internet. The dogs let me know when they need to go outside and the Missus lets me know when I need to “GET OFF YOUR FAT DUFF AND GET SOMETHING DONE!” By the way, my…

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