|Spider Girls, Spider Girls ....sing it with me now!|
I had Suzie, Tina, Natsumi and my own dog Jingle with me. It was girls only since Joey was camping and TRex is still wearing his "cone of shame" as Elisa likes to put it. :) I did force everyone to wear Halloween costumes, but that's one of my favorite parts of October.
|CoCo The CUTIE!!|
Just to update you on Burton - he is doing great. He's playing like mad and has let me hear what a gigantic, TREMENDOUS bark he has. He loves squeaky toys sooo much. One of my favorite thing about dachshunds is that they know how to play with a squeaky toy!! (Not my schnoodles!) Dachshunds always seem find the squeaker and they will not let go! It's squeak squeak squeak squeak, nonstop. He's even drug some toys out from underneath my furniture I had forgotten about. The day he came home from the hospital, I bought him a special Halloween squeaky toy and he destroyed the squeaker, but he still loves that toy. I'm convinced he knows I bought that one especially for him.
I put Burton on Petfinder just this morning because we have a "donate" button next to all of our fosters. If someone can't adopt a dog, but they might want to send a donation to our group it's an easy way for them to send a donation our way. Due to the cost of his hospitalization, I thought I could try and get some donations to help pay for his care. Surprisingly enough, I received an email today from someone that's interested in him because he won't be available to go to a new home for 1-2 months! What was really odd, the lady mentioned her last dog's name was Mario. Isn't the universe so mysterious and great sometimes? When something like that happens, I always take it as a message of hope and love. In this case, from Mario.