Best Tricks: Gets on his hind legs, hops up and down and "tries" to reach the table, but no one told him hes just too short
Arrival Story: Flopper was dumped with his brother at my neighbors house. His previous owner asked them to watch him for a week while she moved. You got it, she was never to be seen or heard from again. His brother ran away, unfortunately. When my neighbors had to move, it was to the pound or we take him. So of course, we took him in to live out his old age in peace and happiness with no threat of anyone ever dumping him again.
Bio: My mom has had Flopper for 4 years now. Recently he has become hard of hearing and the cataracts on his eyes are worsening. This hasn't stopped him in the least. Flopper has no tail. My vet says it was amputated but we will never know the reason why. He is a sweet, happy but sometimes grumpy old man. 06/19/07 - We helped Flopper cross over the bridge today, he let us know it was time.