Walking with Titus

No one trusts me any more these days!  Even little Titus has me on a lead! BOO! 

All I want to do is go through that fence and straight into the bushes.  Why is that such an issue, humans?!?!?!IMG_4837That was us walking – Jaffa and I, with Titus – the smallest of her humans at Battersea.

But when we got to open fields, Jaffa’s mummy said I could be off lead – so Jaffa and I started chasing each other.  And along came a cockapoo!

Hello! What’s your name? Hi Maisie! IMG_4835That is Jaffa and they call me the Hungarian Refugee!  Oh, your mummy reads our blog? Yay! So – you know what I LOVE to do – squirrelling! Maybe I can show you the best places to find them.  But we’ll keep that for another day because Camilla and your mummy are watching us and they will soon put a stop to this.

Would you like to run with us?IMG_4836It was a nice run this morning. We were nicely tired out when we went to Mummy’s. So tired that we all took a nap together. IMG_4745That’s Jaffa, not Maisie!IMG_4833May’s comment: Hello Tracey and Maisie! Maybe we’ll all see you in a few weeks. Darcy should be back with Olivia at Battersea soon.

2 Comments

  1. connie hester

    We fur parents forget that in “dog language” smell is the first vocabulary they use, so on your return from hospital and surgery you will have a slightly different smell to them. I know this from experience, lol. Once they decide the “new” smell is still Mummy it’s back to normal.

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