|Washing my Treacle|
My mum is so rubbish, she never lets me go on the lap top any more. She says she is busy doing other things on it, and also she says she is too busy looking after me and all the other fluffy things in the house. But she has finally let me have it back now, so I can tell you all about what's happened in my busy Poppy life.
The Treacle kitten has really started getting big now and I love playing with her. She's 10 weeks old now, and whenever mum and dad are at home she is allowed to run around the whole house. For a small fluffy thing she gives me a lot of hassle. Whenever I am eating she creeps up behind me and jumps up and grabs my tail. But it means that I am allowed to chase her a little bit so long as she starts it. I do love my little kitten.
I've had a few amazing walks of late. I've discovered a new Quantock walk, it's really long and I can go off my lead for the whole walk. We scamp in and out of bracken and bushes, there are puddles that are deep enough to wade in, and there is enough space for me to run and chase my ball. I have declared it number one walk of all time!
|My new friend Tuppy|
We have a new house guest. Tuppence is a little black and white girl, we think she might be a Jack Russell crossed with a Collie, because she has ears that look like Fly's. She is an old girl that somehow ended up as a stray in a welsh pound. She then got transferred to the rescue centre that mum works in, but before she could be available for homing the vet found a very severe heart murmur and thought she was going in to heart failure. So she has ended up living with us for however long she has left to live. She seems very happy with us, and we've even taken her to the beach. That was an amazing walk because we were the only three doggies at the beach. Tuppy seems to like her new life so we hope she lives a little while longer.
|Super flying Pop|
I had a birthday a couple of weeks a go. I don't like to admit it but I turned four on 26th November. I didn't want to be four, I was quite happy being three. But mum made it special. She took me to agility in the morning and I did really well and showed how much I've learnt. And then we walked for hours and hours in the afternoon. Then for tea I had a fish pate and I even got a turkey jumbone for tea. Maybe being four isn't so bad after all.
A strange tree appeared in the house this week. I got told off because the balls hanging from it looked like tennis balls to me. But apparently they are not. I have no idea what the funny tree is, I'm sure I'll find out soon.
Lots of love
Poppy Dog xxx