It’s eight years ago today since I came to live with the humans. I know I complains about them sometimes, but I loves them really and they’re the best, nicest humans a doggie could have. I knows they’re luckies to have me, but I’m pretty lucky to have them too.
I told the story of how I came to live with the humans last year, so I don’t have to tell it again, ’cause you can read it from last year here.
So I thought this Gotcha Day I’d share some nice pictures and stuff of all the good times I’ve had over the years with my humans. I’m sure you all wants to see me when I still had all black hair and four properly working legs.
This was me and my best friend Matilda back in 2009, when I was only 2! Matilda was a lovely doggie and we used to have lots and lots of fun playings. She wasn’t very good about coming back when calleds, so she nearly always had to stay on the lead. But she was alloweds off when playings with me because I was such a good doggie and she’d follow me back when the humans called.
We used to do lots and lots of fun stuff to keep me busy when I was youngers, like playings at agility in the garden together. Here the human and I are tryings to do a good job of workings together while avoiding the nosy cats!
This was me showing off my really good stay and come runnings for the whistle when I was 2.
It took me forevers to learn how to swim, because I thought I would drowns if I didn’t have my paws touching the bottom at all times. The human and I were super exciteds when I finally learneds it! Here I am showing off my super new swimming skills!
Them was the good times, but life is still pretty good, if a little slowers, now. Life is always good if you’re lucky enough to have good humans to take you on lovely walks and lets you keep them company all day and buys you nice food and chewies and toys. I’ve never been hungry or cold or scareds or lonelies once since I came to live with the humans (apart from having to go to the vet, but that couldn’t be helpeds!).
So I’m a pretty lucky doggie, ’cause I remembers what it was like to not have any humans. Of course the humans are luckies too, ’cause they tell me all the time that I’m the best doggie evers and they don’t know how I ever managed without me and I believes them!
I wants to say thank you to MADRA yet again this year, because before MADRA starteds, doggies who were found dumpeds like me used to be killed in the pound and didn’t get to have a good life like they deserveds. I was really, really lucky when the nice lady who found me dumpeds called MADRA for help.