Those of us who are pet lovers, take our furry friends very seriously. They are family. My front door has a disclaimer on it for all who enter.
In January, we said an honored goodbye to Maximus, my daughter’s loyal, tried and true friend, aka a basset hound.
Yesterday, we went to look at some puppies as she was getting ready to think about moving on. The problem with that theory (like when buying a new car) you better be ready to take said puppy(or car) home with you. The puppy’s name is Teddy Bear and he took an instant liking to my daughter …therefore…
Meet Teddy Bear
Totally at home and loving his new mama.
Check out these ears. They are longer than Max’s were and he steps on them as he walks.
There will be many posts of future cuteness but I wanted to share these with you. I you have seen my book, Our Real Home, you will understand that I feel all creation is blessed by God and he gives pets to us as another way of sharing His profound love.
In closing. I remind you of the power of kindness. It creates a loving bond between you and another of God’s creations – man or animal.