Nicknames: Lu, Luli, Lulu, Luchi, Luchita, Mami, Miss L
Birthday: June 29th 2007
Likes: Play with my toys, watch TV and just hang out
Pet-Peeves: Lil' Daisy getting her toys, Getting brushed
Favorite Toy: Too many to chose...
Favorite Food: Anything that moves in the kitchen...but I'm not allowed
Best Tricks: I'll do anything for a treat
Arrival Story: I always wanted a beagle...After my beloved Tristi (17 yr) passed away I decided that it was time to get a canine companion. Lucy is one of a litter of five (4 females, 1 male). She was the first one to come to me when I entered the room.
Bio: I'm named after Lucy, Charlie Borwn's friend from the Snoopy cartoon.
The lady was really nice. She asked Mama our names and she started to pet us and we started to talk.
Daisy says she misses Elmo the cat, and that she doesn't like the neighborhood cat that stares at her through the glass door. She said that it is ok with the other name that Mama calls her by.
She said Daisy was the worry wart of the two of us, that she was very grateful, her previous life was not so good. That she knew that going potty inside the house was bad, but that now she knows how to hold it until she goes out. Apparently Daisy has no street smart, she has no fears of cars and she doesn't do well on her own. She apparently eats to satisfy her "old" hunger. She can eat and eat and eat. She didn't have much on her previous life. Including water and that's why she drinks and drinks and drinks water to satisfy her thirst. She was afraid during the trip up to our new place in Ohio, and doesn't want to go through that again. Mama made one question, about babies, and the lady said that Daisy wasn't "telling her" anything about babies.
I on the other hand told the lady about Max the big dog next door. He doesn't look like me, but I like to play with him. Oh! I did tell that I wasn't the one the that was digging in the patio. It was Daisy's idea! I also told her that I'm the boss and I tell Daisy what to do. I told her that it is ok that we go to the patio alone- the place is secured and we can't get out. I also told the nice lady that I love the picture Mama has of me in the kitchen. Oh and I also said that I love to walk and go to the big place next door that has a lot of green, and that I wish I could ride on the front seat of the car..
I said I'm in charge when Mama is not home, I'm the center of the universe and that I'm not Mama's pet, it's the other way around- Mama IS MY PERSON!!!
I don't worry about Mama during the day, I know she comes back at the end of the day. I also said that Daisy takes my toys and that if someone breaks into the house Daisy would show the burglar where the goodies are...BOL!
Hi there pupses!
It's been elebenty million years since my last entry.
Ever since Mama went to live in Ohio she has neglected her secretary duties, but me and Daisy have cut her some slack. She's been busy fixing our new place, which by the way we hear it's pawsome! There are ducks, squirrels, and bunnies to play with!
Mama got here two days ago and we're leaving tomorrow with her and Grandpa.
We've been getting ready for our big road trip, one like no other. Mama says that we'll be going by car, plane and bus. For such a special occasion we got furminated, and had a bath and then we went for a pawdicure. While we were there our doctor gave us a full physical for the traveling paperwork. We got the all clear to travel.
Our transport accommodations are ready. Two humongous kennels with water and food bowls attached to them and a soft comfy blankie. Mama even got us a special magic explorer bus to go to the airport. She calls it the Beagle Gas Gussler... LOL! But only the best accommodations for us! We'll be traveling first class from our home in San Juan to Cleveland, OH we're another transport awaits for us for the final leg of our journey to Cincinnati.
We're very excited! However Mama is a worry wart ... Poor thing needs a special Zaidie bodka dwip. We were telling her not to worry that everything would be just fine.
So Ohio get ready for the Porto Ricoh beagles 'cause were coming to town!