it feels like a revolving door around here.
not just the letting everyone in and out and out and in 20 times a day...but the in and outs of animals coming and going to saints...our door sees a lot of heavy traffic...and so do our hearts.
so the in and outs of today are....
something is up with chester..his foster home rushed him into the vets today and the clinic wants to do a chest xray...i am waiting to hear what is up with him..i hope it is nothing serious.
pixie has settled back in here like a tiny dirty little shirt...she has her routine which she likes and we do not mess with it.
wilma will be going home with zoe 2 (if she actually gets around to checking her cell messages and returning my phone call!!!!) and yes i am sorry but i detest the name of sugar but whatever her name is doesn't really matter..it is a small price to pay for a very great home.
jingles went out into permanent foster care today...AND mini-me will be joining her in the same home late next week (she has her surgeries booked for next thursday so she can go after that.)
hootie has a very good home in the works...we are just working thru the processes involved. i have decided to let her go without sidney...she will have another young shitz for a friend and sidney might miss her because they do like to play together..but they are not hugely otherwise emotionally bonded.
and for new incoming...we have noelle the ancient rotti coming this weekend...and we have mystic, a 3 month old puppy coming on tuesday.
yes a puppy...we are not just seniors, we are also special needs. and baby mystic is palliative care...she is suffering from bilateral renal dysplagia (an untreatable genetic disease) and will probably not live to reach her first birthday. she is high maintenence daily care needs but she should feel well until her kidneys give out.
so we are going to love and spoil rotten a baby for whatever time that she has..... because that is what we do in palliative care.
and the revolving door at saints is in full swing...sometimes i do get a little bit dizzy.