Hello to all of our furry and not-so-furry friends! It's me, Poppy. Our lives are finally starting to get back to normal. Penny isn't peeing on the rug in front of the back door anymore. My eyes are not bloodshot anymore, but my third eye-lids are still a little swollen. Dad's hand is healing very well and Mom is a lot less sore from all the falling down and bruises! Penny and I have even resumed our nightly zoomies around the couch. Every evening, around 6 p.m., Mom gives us some treats and as soon as we are done, we chase each other around the couch and coffee table in the living room. There are lots of play bows and barks! Penny is the one doing most of the barking. I guess she thinks that helps her chase me! Our zoomies are letting Mom know that things are getting back to normal since we didn't do it quite the same way when Captain High Pockets was here.
Mom heard, from the Airedale Rescue people, that Pockets is settling in very well with his foster family. He has two large Aire-boys to play with and a large fenced back yard so he can run as much as he wants! Mom saw how well he behaves for his foster father so she isn't so worried about him anymore.
Our fence is finally going up in our back yard today! We don't really need it right now, but Mom and Dad want to have peace of mind when Airedale Rescue finds our new Aire-sister for us! Now that Penny and I are rested up, we can't wait until she gets here. We are planning lots of zoomies and bitey face with her! If we like her really well, we might even share the Wubba that Scruffy, Lacie and BabyStan sent. Mom didn't send it with Pockets because he had already exposed the tennis ball in one end and she was afraid he would hurt himself if he wasn't snoopervised while playing with it. We have inherited it and we are taking turns wearing out the squeaker in the big end. Penny just looooooves it and I have a hard time getting it away from her, but sometimes, she lets me have it just because she knows I am the alpha and could take it away any time I want! She's such a good sister!
We have to go take a nap now, so we can be ready to snoopervise the guys who will be putting up the fence.
Poppy & Penny