Age: 4 Years Sex: Female
|Home:Grantham, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom ||[I have a diary!] |
"Crumbs, this is a big bone."
"With Poppy, my best cuddle buddy in the whole world"
"Mmmm, I love smelling - and eating - the flowers"
"My 'guard dog' pose"
"What do you mean 'keep off my ornamental grasses'?"
"What is that thing you keep pointing at me?"
"Hello, I'm Jemima"
"The end of a lovely day"
"Friends at last" [See My DogsterPlus Photo Book]
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July 5th 2011
Bouncing round the garden, chewing anything she can find & playing with toys.
Being brought in from the garden.
At the moment she likes all toys.
Too young to be walked yet as not vaccinated
Still to come no doubt
After Amber, our ruby Cavalier, went to the Rainbow Bridge unexpectedly, Poppy - our 3yr old black & tan Cavalier - wet the bed every night, moped and stopped playing at all. After a month I decided she needed company, so started looking for a puppy that Poppy could take care of. Actually, Poppy doesn't take care of her, but luckily Jemima is very self-sufficient & Poppy has no time to mope!
I was able to see Jemima's mother, grandmother & great-grandmother (who is 14)all living in the same house, and also saw her father at a separate place. I had to choose between her and her tri-colour sister but luckily Jemima chose me, which made it much easier!
Let's have fun!
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September 24th 2011 3:43 am
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I’ve been in my new ‘furever’ home for just over two weeks now, and it’s brilliant. I know I’ve fitted in well, as Mummy says it seems more like two years. What a compliment!
It’s a great home. I have a new sister, Poppy, who seemed a little bit frightened of me at first – she didn’t understand biting games, which was strange – but now we sleep together at night and we will soon be best friends. At the moment Poppy says I’m ‘on trial’ for best friend, whatever that means. She sometimes growls at me, or pins me to the floor, and I go along with that as it makes her happy, and if she’s happy then I’m happy. Really, I’m always happy.
The garden here is amazing. It’s a food garden! Truly it is. I didn’t know there was such a thing, but I can just go outside and eat. Mummy calls it a gravel garden, but it means the same thing. She spends a lot of time taking stones out of my mouth, so perhaps I’m on a diet of some kind, although I’m not at all fat. Perhaps she’s worried the garden food will vanish as fast as the puppy kibble in my bowl vanishes. I am quite a quick eater. ‘Like a wolf devouring it’s prey’ is how Mummy describes it. I don’t know what that means, but I’m sure it’s a compliment.
I don’t sleep very much, and Mummy says neither does she now, so that’s another sign that we’re really well matched! I know that I was able to come here because Poppy’s best friend Amber had to go to the Rainbow Bridge. I’m sorry about that, but I’m not sorry I’m here and I suspect I’m a bit livelier than she was, so that’s nice for everyone I’m sure. Mummy often says ‘Amber was NEVER like this’ and I wag my tail, because it’s so nice to be showered with compliments all the time.
Now Mummy says she has to stop typing as I’m trying to chew the wires, and something called a puppy gate hasn’t been put up yet. I hope that’s something else I can have fun with! I’ll write more when I have more news. The food garden is calling me right now….
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