Big Day for Ari – Monday 22nd June 2020

Big day for Ari

Today is a big day for Ari. Skipping over the fact that he is not pleased that breakfast is being withheld from him, he is going for his check up. He has to go to Leeds to see the vet who did the operation. As Mum is not supposed to be going out, she has arranged for him to be taken. The vet will ring her to talk through how things are looking. He will need an xray and then we will hold our breath for news on whether his operation and recovery can be declared a success. Mum so wants him to be able to get back to some sort of normal life. He’s missed out on loads. Paws crossed.

Difference of Opinion

Mum and I have had a difference of opinion. She seems to think that my ‘naughty phase’ needs to be curtailed. I on the other paw thought it was about time for me to go off the rails for a few days and be allowed to just get on with it. Mum sat me down. “Wilma, you may not bark if the phone rings.” (Yeah, right!). “You may not shout when I am on a video call.” (Oh I can!) “If you continue then I will have no choice but to make you sit in the other room.” She had her serious face on and I realised she wasn’t joking. I asked if it was ok if I bark a little bit, but it seems not. I have to zip it!

Having to choose between being banished to the far reaches of the other room, away from my beloved human, or being quiet, I have taken the only decision possible. However, this is not going to be easy and may involve one or two relapses.



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2 Responses to Big Day for Ari – Monday 22nd June 2020

  1. Dickens says:

    Good Luck Ari, we all have our fingers and paws crossed for you! Be good. Love Dickens and all my family XXXX

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