Yep- today was a good day, and long, long overdue. But he finally found the perfect home, so we're happy. We're enjoying the relative peace but actually the house feels a bit empty now. Even the dogs I think are feeling a bit out of sorts- especially Fionn, he misses having a houndy friend. Bagsy the next waif and stray that comes through the door Jenny We'll be there for the next one that needs us, just say when.
Morning everyone, just thought we’d let you know how Chas & Patch are getting on!! Chas was quite restless all evening, but was still playing with toys; we had concerns that it could be a rough night…..we needn’t have worried. After I had to break up a little play fight around 2am and I sent them both to their beds we didn’t hear a peep out of either of them until 7:30am. There was no mess or destruction and just lots of waggy tails when we got up. We have been out on our early morning jaunt, where Chas saw three cats and a dog!!! He was very interested but didn’t bark once .
Hear are some photos of the day….(forgive the quality Nicola needs more practise!!) Tips please Rowan.
I just love the last picture shame I was only able to capture it from my phone
It is always lovely for a foster to wake up the next day and see that their dog has settled. I am sure that Rowan is over the moon with the result. You behave Cai. And keep up the good work with the cat avoidance. Rowan worked so hard on that. She is a star. xx
A dog is a gift in life. Love and protect it. _________________