A few months ago, Pet-fi, approached Mummy and I to share our story on how we came to write our blog.
Mummy told how I changed her life. It seems I took over her Facebook page with all my adventures. She soon realised I needed my own “voice” and set up my Facebook page and all the things she used to post gave her the idea she should write a blog. That was three years ago.
The objective of the blog was to share our daily “adventures” – first in London, just going to restaurants and running errands. Then we started travelling and we ventured further and further afield. We wanted to show the hoomans that they can live their daily lives with their fur babies. In other words – don’t leave home without us!
As Mummy was telling our story, the camera man took photos and videos of us. Mummy did all the talking while I did a lot of the posing. Finally we got to see the results from that day as our story went life on Pet-fi.net last week.
These were all the behind the scenes happenings – me being photographed and on film … And this is the result. We went to various venues around our neighbourhood to show how me and George have integrated into Mummy’s daily life. That was at The Bluebird Shop – and what we look like from the camera lens And the camera man took this photo of me on the sofa …Mummy loves this pic of me. 🙂
You can now watch our video on www.pet-fi.net – Miss Darcy London
Hope you enjoy it.
May’s comment: We were approached by Pet-fi to tell our story as to how we came about writing a blog. And our story is now on their lifestyle and portraits section.
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