Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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Is that really you Mattie MF?
Cometdog is finally asleep! She's an old lady – one of those creepy Norma Desmond types that need their beauty rest! She thinks that picture in the Tripawd calendar is her big come back! But I haven't heard the phone ring asking for her! Geeeze.
I've been monitoring all these posts! That nasty admin guy, along with Comet is trying to keep me from posting whenever and whereever I like! But I'm a monkeydog – sly and sneaky! They'll never stop me! Hear me bark! (shrill and ear-piecing as it may be)
Don't trust Wyatt. He doesn't even know how to spell “monkeydog”! Plus, Comet likes german shepherds and that makes it a tad bit suspicious since she doesn't really like anyone.
Hang in their MF!
P.S. Did you see our water monkeydog agent almost get caught (above)? It was a close one but thank goodness he was elusive like we trained him!
17 February 2010
Sadie is my 9yr old Rott/Shepherd mix. Diagnosed with osteosarcoma in her right scapula 1/28/10. Our brave girl had her amputation 2/13/10 and her last chemotherapy on 6/6/10. Unfortunately, a tumor appeared in her back right leg and on 10/7/2010 Sadie's earthly journey came to an end. On 10/24/2010 we adopted Ranger, a handsome Rott/Lab mix tripawd (got hit by a car) I think Sadie sent him to us.