Hi, I'm the senior member of the Funny Farmers, so I asked to introduce today's subjects since we have a senior dog and a senior cat to post on today.
Sadly, a breeding dog living 13 years on the end of a 2-foot chain and then being dumped on a shelter to be killed is not uncommon. But this one dog, now named Georgia, was pulled and will be headed to Maine for a totally different life in her senior years.
This is a video of Georgia's first taste of freedom.She's really enjoying it.
If the video doesn't play, click here.
We are sending lots of purrs and tail wags to two of our very ill friends.
Dr. Tweety's Auntie Stinkie is 18 1/2 years old and might have a tumor in her nasal cavity near her brain. It's risky to put older animals under an anesthetic so the vet can't check for one. She is currently on antibiotics in case it is an infection. You can visit Auntie Stinkie at Dr. Tweety & da Fab 5 blog
And Inigo's vets recommended he be PTS yesterday but his family just couldn't do it. He will see the pet cardiologist next week and if necessary, the decision will be made then. Meanwhile he is very happy to be home and enjoying the new Kritter Kondo. You can visit Inigo at the Rumblebum blog.
Those of you who know Sammy and Andy have probably heard their mom needs emergency help right now to have a place to live and to not lose the kitties. You can visit Sammy and Andy's blog but the details and donate button are at The Taylor CatSSS blog.
Jan asked to