Monthly Archives: April 2012

Evie’s VEEP cameo!

It will be fun to go to the VIP VEEP premier this weekend. It is a show starting on Sunday on HBO and rumor has it that Evie’s photo will be used in a scene in one of the first few episodes. Of course, I don’t have HBO or any of those channels so I won’t be able to watch it. Have been asking around for someone to record them so I will have a copy. Seems we may have a movie star in the family…figures it is the dog!:)

This is the photo I think they ended up using. What they don’t know is that the white stuff on her face is actually fish guts because she had run off and been bad as usual, lol:)

EvieV

Safina girl…

It’s been less than two months and my cute little Tortie girl is bored. The floor is lined with toys and I even resorted to buying a lazer toy this weekend, but alas she is bored. She wants outside and she doesn’t let me forget it. Standing by the screen door she squeaks and does her best to walk up the screen with her three nimble legs, or get stuck in between the door and the screen as she tries to find a way out. Sometimes the flies keep her busy as they buzz by…and I try not to laugh as she runs into the screen as she chases them.

The incision from her amputated leg is totally healed now and her funny shaving job is growing in. I have found that I don’t even notice that she is missing a leg…especially when she runs by so fast that she skids around the corner. Most of the time chasing Toby as he runs away from her. I think he secretly likes it…

Safi

Working together on a wide scale…

Just had someone from Guatemala contact me via FB and ask for help. He and his wife run a welfare organization there and in need of supplies and equipment to help the animals. One of their notes below is a good reminder of how many people are out there trying to help and I wish there was some real way of getting everyone in welfare – all over – to work together on a wide scale. It is always on my mind…

Any ideas out there?

“Today trbajamos in education for people on responsible pet ownership and low-cost neutering to reduce the over population of stray dogs, our goal is to have a veterinary clinic to serve nescitados many animals of the street, in our country dereschos education on animals and there is what we fight, we help doctors to make the surgeries but all funds out of our pockets and it is very hard work if you have equipment you no longer use or occupy it and can not be donated to our organization would be great to help us so many animals in our country. thank you very much.”