Buster Bear

A Rough Winter II

April 7th 2010 10:12 am
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It has really been a rough winter in the Texas Hill Country. Lots of freezing nights and unlike the cat I have to go in and out all night long. Boy it's rough when you are old. I now have arthritis and on two medications. I also had to have 5 skin lesions cysts) removed and to top that off they cleaned my teeth while they were at it. I am doing better now and will soon be back to my old self as soon as the weather gets warmer that is.

 

A Rough Winter

March 3rd 2009 9:28 am
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Busterbear has been having a really bad Winter. His arthritis has kept him indoors more than ever. He spends his days hibernating under blankets and has to wear sweaters. There are also no walks on bad days. Buster also now takes glucosamine and chondroitin like all seniors. Buster had a round of pain pills and we still have them for any bad days that may occur. We are about ready for Spring. These golden years sure aren't all they are cracked up to be. Poor Buster! Dakota gives him lots of sympathy and is standing by in case he wants to run and play....

 

Vacation (Cation)

January 21st 2009 4:34 pm
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Dakota and Busterbear went on a vacation in January to our condo in Rockport on the coast. I love "cation" (my folks called it this thinking I would not know what they were talking about) and have been a number of times. In fact I am from Aransas Pass and lived in Rockport in my early life. I love to go walking on the seawall in Fulton. There are getting to be lots of dogs in the condos also. I made some new friends!

 

Nine Years Old

January 21st 2009 4:30 pm
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Busterbear is Nine Years Old! I had a birthday party and our cat Dakota came to my party. There were nine candles on my cake. Dakota had a party in September and was 1 year old. Dakota is getting so big and appears he is going to be bigger than I am soon....

 

Buster is a Bear

January 21st 2009 4:26 pm
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I am truly a bear! My ancestors were all named bears. So I was named Busterbear. I am clearly a bear because I like to hibernate. That is I love to hide under covers. Now in later life, I have arthritis so really like my hips covered up as well as everything else in cold weather.

 
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