He is such a cute little smidgen. I am sincerely glad he is doing better.Kimmen
Isn't it amazing how such a LITTLE dog can have such a BIG dog voice? Good to see him back to being a terrier pepper-pot.Our Ancient Cat came to the end of the road on Friday evening, with the help of our Vet. It was all just going down hill, on top of all her issues, she had a stroke on Thursday evening. For most of her twenty two years, and seven months she was fit and healthy and I truly believe she had a great life.We can only love 'em while we've got 'em, Gae, in Callala Bay
OMG Catherine! He is adorable!
Oh, I'm so sorry your Ancient Cat is gone! 22 years and 7 months is a wonderful long life, and she enjoyed it all right to the end. My Golden Retriever, Bailey, had a stroke at the end of his life and couldn't stand, and had to be assisted by the vet. Boris - who is the biggest coward ever and ran and hid from any stranger, or even friends he hadn't seen in a while - sat by his friend Bailey's head when the vet came. Never moved from his side when strangers came into the house. It was the bravest thing I ever saw an animal do - I know he was terrified, but his friend was dying and he was not going to leave him. This is why I tolerate (with swearing) his disgusting habits. When the chips were down, this cat broke my heart with his loyalty. A lot of humans couldn't do what he did.
I just watched the video three times! So glad he's feeling better :)
Murphy does have a BIG DOG voice - people have this idea of Yorkies as shrill and yappy - he can hit a high-pitched yap once in a while, but his normal voice is the one in that Roo-ooo - growly and gruff. In his mind, he's a Rottweiler.
Can I please exchange Murphy for the two Yorkies that live in my building? They have nowhere near the personality that Mr. Murphy has. Unfortunately, I'm sure he would miss his BT cousin, so I guess I'm stuck with the Yappers from Hell (and the Owners from Hell as well).I'm happy to see Murphy feeling so much better--what a relief!
I'm reakky happy that Murphy is feeling better. He's such a doll.lella
Make that "really". Oh my..I was concentrating on getting the word verification right.. sigh...lella
So glad he's doing better. Was worried about him. Does he play tug of war with the rope?
Murphy isn't big on tug of war because he barely outweighs the rope and the floor is slippery. Dudley loves a good game of tug, but Murphy is more about the fetching.
He's so adorable Catherine!
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