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Where does the time go? My Halloween baby turns 9 years young today. It is hard to believe that this little shy puppy that was so neglected, turned into this amazing dog. Louise has a special way about her. She is stoic and it is hard to know if she is hurting or in distress. She is very gentle with her cats and is kind to her pesty pack mates. She rarely gets angry with Sofie, though there are many times that she could. In the last few months, she has become very ‘Mommy, Mommy,’ as I call it. She does not leave my side. I am not sure if that is about me, or about her. The world outside is still a difficult place for her, and she will always have that ‘fearful’ dog anxiety, but together we have learned to enjoy safe places and scary people and animals. I thoroughly enjoy her company and have been blessed with her presence.
Happy birthday, Miss Louise. You have melted my heart.
Peanut 22 years old ->
Happy Birthday to the Zoo’s littlest human, who isn’t so little anymore.
We LOVE YOU!!!!
And yes, they threw me out of the hospital in less than 24 hours and this picture is actually stamped – 22 hours old. Where does the time go?
Louise – Do you remember when we first met in March of 2010? You were so shy and skinny then. Do you remember that itchy mange you had and the pain of that collar that was embedded in your neck? It took a while for you to trust us but you grew into such a loving and sweet dog in the safety of our home. Do you remember Mr, Squash E Bear? He went blind shortly after you came to live with us and you used to lead him around by his leash. You were such a good helper to him. He really liked you. And then when we got Sofie, I thought you would never talk to me again. You really did not understand this interloper into the quiet of your domain. But you and SoSo have become inseparable. I know that you can’t image a world without her. And I can not imagine a world without you.
We love you Lulu Belle and we are so glad you picked our family to be with. Happy 5th birthday. You have my heart now and furever, – Mom