Translated for Pompom by Anke Terbruggen
Man, what a week we’ve had!
First of all, Little Girl (also known as Yoda or Bat Girl, something to do with her giant ears) is much better, so running and playing as usual. Bit tiring sometimes, those two. However, I have to admit; they’re starting to grow on me. Little Dude doesn’t pester me as much any more, told you I’d teach him!
Then there’s the Big Old Girl, she was really bad, I swear she nearly died! The Chief has been going back and forth with all kinds of tasty food for her, which was good for us, because we got a taste of all that too. I think I like oxtail and turkey and liver best. Big Old Girl does seem better now, even let me have a sniff of her through the fence. Can’t wait for her to come out of her den and meet her properly!
Then the other biped that’s here really often (I think she’s related to the Mongrels somehow, always fussing over them) took me for a ride again, but bugger; she took me back to the place with the doctors! Liked them a bit less this time, because they stuck me with a huge needle! She did make up for it though, by taking me for a walk and bringing me back Home. Yes, it’s really starting to feel like Home here,.
My PCT (personal cuddling team) has been pretty good this week! They’re not around all the time, but when they’re here, it’s great! They all think I’m cute and scratch my belly and let me sleep on their lap, I really love them all.
And then, what a surprise; another girl arrived! She’s tiny, and Boy does she smell nice,..but she won’t let me have a sniff! Wow, that is one Bitchy Babe!! I’ll leave her alone for now, I think she’s not feeling to sure yet, about all of this here. She’ll get the hang of it though, and love it here like me and the Mongrels do.
Been feeling a bit tired this week, might be the old ticker, or maybe the heat, I don’t know. Also don’t really feel like fighting Big White Fluffy behind the fence, can’t be bothered with him any more to be honest. Well, we’ll see, I’ll just take it easy and enjoy my cuddles and food and sofa, I’m not a young man any more after all.
Note: Pompom is not unwell. Due to his heart condition he can not be surgically castrated therefore he went to the vets for a chemical implant that will last six months reducing his testosterone level. Given his age this will we hope give him a calmer life reducing his manly desires.