I have offically been informed that I am now the Queen! Mom and Dad have been telling me this since Her Highness, Queen Fluffybutt died, but I guess it just hasn't sunk in until Mom told me that I am now Queen Fluffybutt II. She actually called me that - Queen Fluffybutt the Second! So, I guess now it is official.
Psycho Pup and I have been getting along a little better. She is relentless! She constantly wants to play - from the time she gets up until she goes to bed. I need my beauty sleep during the day and she just don't get it. I have to teach her how to chill, and get some beauty sleep.
I was able to get her to take a little nap.
Psycho Pup has been to the vet twice - puppy wellness visits, you know the usual shots, poop test, whole nine yards. She got her rabies shot on Monday, and some worm medicine - I had to get some too just because she has worms!
Mom has been concerned because she eats some really weird stuff. Things like rocks, dirt, and we can't forget grass. Mom was really concerned because she was eating Goose poo when we took her down the park on Sunday. Mom thought there was something wrong with her, but Dr. Rubin said it was normal puppy stuff.
Mom has finished the Pink Puppy Quilt. It is cute. She was suppose to donate it to the National Canine Cancer Foundation, but there has been some mix-up, so she cannot do that. But, she is going to eventually auction it and some other quilts she is making on ebay as a way to raise money to start her own charity to help doggies with cancer. Her idea is only in the beginning stages, and she needs to do some more research to find out how to do this.
She started another quilt. She calls it The Canine Chronicles because it is made from material that looks like a newspaper called "The Canine Chronicles". This is one of the ones I mentioned above.
Mom is going to keep making small quilts - both Doggie themed and other themes - so that she can do a small quilt auction to raise money to start her own canine cancer charity. So check back often to see the quilts and keep updated on her progress.