Practically Perfect

This morning I went to visit my vet’s office for my annual check up. I weigh 98.7 lbs and overall I am perfect. Well except for this thing on my front paw. My Margret noticed it on New Years Eve. Dr. Lundy said it’s most likely a histiocytoma which is a benign growth. He told them about some other possibilities and options. Based on his recommendation My Margret and My Greg are comfortable keeping an eye on it. It could take up to six months to go away. My Margret and My Greg picked up a tube of stuff that will make it taste real bad so I won’t keep licking it.

If it starts to grow or if they have questions we’ll go back and have them look at it again and do a biopsy.

I like my vet and all the people who work there but I really wanted to just go home.

It took a long time for My Margret to get the hint that I wanted her to open the door. When she finally did My Greg took me outside to wait for My Margret. I kept going up to the cars in the parking lot to try and get in them so we could go home. My Greg wouldn’t open the doors for me though. Finally My Margret came out and I saw her walking to our car. I told My Greg to hurry up and as soon as My Margret opened the door in I went. They can be so slow some times!!!!

~this is Bessie ” the practically perfect in every way” Pup for the Pups and Kitties.

Play Time


My Margret caught us pretending to be ferocious .

How did we do?

~ this is Bonnie, Belle and Bessie “the it’s fun to pretend to be ferocious” Pups for the Pups and Kitties.

P.S. Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!

The Art of Relaxing

There’s a lot going on at our house. I heard my Margret say that they are “refreshing” the kitchen, dining room and living room.

There is scraping, tearing out, plastering, mudding, sanding and decision making going on.

There’s also scary stuff all over the place. Ladders, rustling plastic sheets, loud vacuums with hoses that can reach out and grab you.

My Margret has been taking breaks to help us not be scared and encourages us, especially me, to be brave and show all that stuff who’s boss!

I’m telling you all of this has worn my sisters and I out.

The project is on hold for a few days while they wait for a delayed shipment to arrive. So we are going to try and teach My Margret and My Greg the art of relaxing even if we have to lay on them!

~this is Belle “the I’m glad things are on hold so we can relax for a bit” Pup for the rest of the pups and kitties.

Santa Claws.

There’s a lot of strange things going on our house. My Margret is getting up earlier than even me! I’m going to have to talk to her about that because I’m just not ready to wake up when she does.

Then there are all these little lights around the house.

So I asked My Greg what was going on.

And he said that I needed to be good because Santa Claws was watching to see if I’m naughty or nice.

Now I trust My Greg but I don’t know who this Santa Claws is. I know that Linus and Lucy Kitties have claws and they like to tease me by moving my stuffies and chew toys so I’m keeping my favorite ones close by me just in case this Santa Claws wants to tease me too.

I asked my sister Bonnie about him because she’s older and knows stuff. She said Santa Claws is very nice and won’t try and tease me.

I hope she’s right!

~ this is Bessie “the looker outer for Santa Claws is coming to town” Pup for the rest of the pups and kitties.

Note: Thank you to My Greg for helping My Margret read my mind so we could write this tonight. ~nose nudges Bessie