Saturday Update to this Post: We are so very sorry - we just learned that Luke has made his way across the Rainbow Bridge. Our deepest sympathy to his sweet Mom and the Bleu. You can read more here.
Phantom here today to share a bit of news about some furiends.
Let's start with something very serious and important. Many of you know the GoldenBoy Luke and his fight against the evil cancer. We have all been worried about him and wondering how he and his Mom and his brother Bleu were all doing. Sadly the news has not been good for Luke. Today we all have an opportunity to surround Luke and his family with the Power of the Paw. Please pay a visit to the Loving for a Living blog, with Scout, Freyja, and Mimi where you will find more information. Luke and his Mom need our love and support; please do what you can, even if it is just a kind word in a comment on his blog. Thank you, Mimi and pups, for making this possible.
What's that, Mom? More news? Oh yes, I forgot. A couple of PSAs about some furiends with new blogs.
We were thrilled to learn that Amber DaWeenie and her brother Max have finally convinced their mom to let them have their own blog. They posted for the first time today. Please pay them a visit here at Da Weenies of Florida and give them a great big welcome to the wonderful land of blogging.
Thinking, thinking, thinking - there is something else to tell.
Oh yes, please don't forget about the new rotties on the block, Ruby, Bart, and Gizmo, and their angel sister Allie at their new blog Rottrover.
OK, is that everything? Oh, THAT - well, OK. I had to go to the V-E-T today for what they tell me is my annual checkup.
Overall, I had a decent report. I had to get four pokes, three for shots and one for them to steal some of my blood. I was very good and managed to score lots of tummy rubs and ear scritchies. My weight is - well, let's just say it is down a little from the summer, but they said I am still very handsome. The nice lady vet told the Momster to just keep giving me whatever she can to get me to eat. Mom keeps mixing it up and trying. Some days she scores, other days it's just a bust. The last part of the visit was that whole body massage. It feels really good to me, but the Momster is a little concerned because they found four new lumpy lumps. They are all small but will be watched. If they change at all, it will mean more needle pokes. I am beginning to feel like a pin cushion.
OK, I think I am done now. Snooze time.
Woos ~ Phantom