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Come on…give it up. You smiled. Good Monday Morning!
Good Morning 🙂 This was so lovely, Thank you dear David, have a nice day and new week, Love, nia
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You too Nia.
Smiled and howled…😉
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🙂 of course
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Yes, a smile … a much needed one, from Orlando!
Singing the song of his people…adorable!
How is your Zeki doing?
He’s showing promise but not there. Yet. Thanks for asking!
Can’t think of a better way to start the day. Thanks, Dave!
Yes, I did smile.
Oh yes – a giggle too! Thanks DK 💛
Yes! Mission accomplished!
Ready for a howling good day!
Yes I did (smile), but did you know?
Oh, I know. No worries.
That’s Bella…when she turns her mouth into a trumpet. I’ve seen her exactly as that photo. Very cute. 🙂
I forgot Bella was a beagle!
Want to hear a horrifying story about Bella?
As long as it isn’t pet cruelty, I’m good.
I’m still not sure you will be okay. I’m still having a hard time with it all. She’s 8 years old, I’ve had her since she was 9 weeks old. She’s getting older and is a bit more skittish. I tell the kids to just leave her be. If she wants to be loved, she will go to them. She’s never been mistreated ever in the entire time I’ve had her…I make sure she is treated well. Well…she bit my granddaughter, Katie, yesterday, in the face. Katie told me she was trying to teach Bella to hug, and I guess Bella wasn’t sure what was happening and she snapped. It really is one of the most horrifying experiences of my life. Beautiful Katie, OMG.
Wow. Is Katie OK?
She has two puncture marks on the left side of her nose and one under her top lip…but she is okay. It was all pretty terrifying for me when it first happened, seeing a mouthful of blood and screaming. I don’t think there will be scars, other than emotional scars. The animal control people are coming here tomorrow. Apparently, whenever a dog bites someone, the law is that the dog needs to be quarantined, and possibly taken and destroyed. If they allow Bella to be quarantined here, there will be a notice posted on the front of our house for two weeks letting people know there is a dog in this house that bit someone. It’s all horrible, but Katie is pretty much okay now…swollen face, no swimming for a while, antibiotics for two weeks, not a good way to start summer, but she is okay. I’ve wondered what other people do when something like this happens. I’ve loved Bella all of her life, and I’ve loved my granddaughter all of her life as well. It’s all just awful.
Wow Carol. Horrible all the way around. So sorry….
And so glad that Katie is ok
Still shaking my head this morning. Feel so bad for all of you including Bella.
Thank you, David. I never, ever thought I would be faced with this kind of problem and agony. The animal control people came while I had taken the kids to swim lessons (although Markie is the only one who could swim). Cody was here. He said that Bella was wagging her tail the whole time they were looking at her, so she is quarantined here at the house (they didn’t take her) and there is a sign on our house for two weeks warning people that a dog who bit someone is here. It’s all pretty weird, but at least they decided to leave her here. Cody had to give them her vaccination records so that they know she’s up to date on her rabies shot. It’s going to take time for everyone to be okay after this. Poor Katie. She loves animals so much and she was just trying to teach Bella to hug…and poor Bella, she’s getting old now and when she wants to be left alone, she just wants to be left alone. Anyway, thanks for thinking about all of us.
So glad it worked out Carol….
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