We've had Chappie to the vet. Not anything serious, she's merely overweight!
What? Did I hear my weight being discussed?
Chappie showed her displeasure at being caged. Every meter of the 60-odd kilometers she yowled!
While I took Chappie into our vet's surgery, Grant browsed around the stands for a harness, a lead and flea powder (for pups) for Skabenga.
He also picked up a beautiful coat for pups
On the trip home, Skabenga fell fast asleep on my lap ; his head inside my handbag
By the time we'd arrived at home, it looked as if he'd sleep in the car for the night. His right paw was under his head which was in the empty water bowl. His left arm was slung across my handbag
Ain't he cute?
I gently woke him and placed him on the grass
Great-aunt Eddy comes to inspect the new coat
After his evening meal, Skabenga passed out on his blankee-covered donut, surrounded by his toys
Every night, before I go to bed, I take the pup out for a last call of nature. In the seven days since we got him, he's just about completely house-trained. That night Skabenga and I came indoors and he immediately sat on the mat near the door. He looked so cute, I took
several dozens of photos ...
I picked this one to share on this post - I think I'll have it printed and framed!
As for Chappie: according to our vet , she's most definitely overweight. He prescribed special cat pellets - which of course cost much more than the commercial type all the other cats eat - and I'm measuring the meals which I feed her in small portions during the day.
I'm linking my post today to Saturday Critters with Eileen, here
Happy Saturday to you all!