I had my annual check up yesterday. I saw my vet, Mr. Butt for the very first time when I was 16 weeks. Whoa! See that needle on the table. Oh yes, I know what that is. Ouch! It pricks just a little. But that doesn’t mean I wish to have another one. So Mr. Butt tells the nurse I needed “distraction”, I call it – treats! That was my rabies shot updated and no need to do this for another three years. Mummy didn’t want to risk missing the deadline or else I will need to do it every year again. And then poof – the next one for kennel cough went up my nostrils. Mr. Butt had never met George before – so he had a look in to see if he’s ok. Fine bill of health. Estimated age – 2 years.I was a little woozy in the afternoon – Mummy said I was not my usual self. I did not jump up at the table to see what was being served at lunch – I laid very quietly under the table the entire meal. Mummy was pleased. And I walked up the stairs instead of leaping as I usually do.
But all this means I am set to travel – HOORAY!
And the best news of all – Mr. Butt who had been campaigning to let pets onto Eurostar told us that there was a meeting yesterday to discuss that. If they can get it passed, then Eurostar will be pressured to allow pets on the train based on the fact that it’s discriminatory against humans who have pets!!!!!
And then we need everyone to inundate Eurostar with letters and emails and postings on their Facebook page. We’re waiting to hear back from Mr. Butt to pass on the word.
May’s comment: That’s progress. Waiting to hear back from Mr. Butt the next steps!!!
Poor little Darcy seemed very quiet this afternoon. Hope she’s back to herself tomorrow.