Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Sassy Helps Out Around the House

After a hard day of sitting in Sweety's lap while helping her sew---

---Sassy helps hold down her end of the couch.

Monday, October 09, 2006

More Sassyness

Due to great demand, here are more pictures of the cute little sasquatch.

With Bubster.

Up close and personal.

Blogger is being contrary tonight, not letting me post pictures. I have more pictures to post, but will try again tomorrow.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Can This Be Good?

Is it a good thing when you check Site Meter and find that someone from Gostar, Iran, is spending 7:57 minutes reading your blog?

I think so because the person was searching blogs for "dis graphia" instead of nuclear anything.

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Sassy Daily Update #1

She coughed all night so we took her to Dr. K this a.m. No temperature, but a very red throat, probably from coughing all night. (DUH!)

She got a shot of antibiotics, some cough suppressant pills and some antibiotic pills. So we will be taking pills for 10 days.

No coughing in the last few hours, but lots of sleeping, so maybe the cough supressant is really a sleeping pill. Oops, just as I finished this sentence, I hear coughing. Oh well.

She didn't offer to eat the dry food we bought for her, so we bought her some canned Iams and she gobbled it down.

Best of all, Bubba continues to be a gentleman. If he gets too pushy, she growls at him, and when he backs off, she licks his face. Very cute.

Friday, October 06, 2006

Meet Miss Sassy

We have a new member of the family! We adopted this cute little lady from the Humane Society today. We took her to Dr K. and she is healthy except for fleas. She has been very sweet and more importantly, Bubba has not taken a bite out of her. She is smart enough to keep her distance from him. She is a purebred Pomeranian about 3 years old (they think) and we can't tell if she is spayed. She weighs a whopping 5.2 pounds (1/11th of Bubba).

She can jump into Sweety's lap on the couch and both are happy.

We bought her a small crate and her own little food and water bowls.

So far things are good. We'll let you know.