When you are pretty new to this world, there are lots of things to learn about. Important stuff, like how to play and how to live with your new family. I was 10-weeks old when I met Toby. He sure seemed OLD and kinda ignored me. But I think that’s just because I hadn’t jumped on him enough. On the very first day in my new house, I was a little bit scared, but here was my Toby telling me it was going to be OK. I liked to cuddle up to him–it made me feel safe.Even when I was a bit older, we were still snoozing together. When I was 5 months old, my ears still weren’t sticking up and I still had my baby fur. Toby’s ears don’t stick up either.When I was 7 months old, I discovered water. I think I look pretty grown up here! Toby and I do everything together, well, except for the mud and water. I guess that’s my specialty!
When he had his eleventh birthday last October, I was right there beside him telling him he’s my bestest bud in the whole world. My first birthday was the next month, but Mom didn’t put a silly hat on me. No sirree. She knows better!!One of our favorite places to go is the beach. Toby had the BEST time and so did I. We stick together–that’s what we do.
Mom here with an update on Toby: Apparently there’s more going on besides the Cushing’s disease. He’s lost 3 more pounds over the last few weeks and yesterday reacted badly to a drug that would have helped him absorb his food better. He’s better today, but I believe it’s only a matter of time now unless we can stop the downward spiral of weight loss.
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