Happy Birthday to Tigra who is seven (7) years old today. She remains a very sweet lady, a little nervous still around strangers (especially children), but once she gets to know a person she has no issues. As with all her ‘family’ she is loving life here in the UK.
Six (6) years ago we went to collect Tigra. Picked to be a friend for Teo, we had to wait for her to recover from a broken leg, and it’s fair to say we were a little concerned how her nervousness would cope with life with 6 cats and Teo.
Three (3) years ago today Tito came into the apartment – one big bundle of energy and madness. Today he is no different – well a lot bigger but just as mad and just as full of energy. Once we knew that we were going to lose Teo we wanted
Teo would have been ten (10) years old today, and the fact that we are not celebrating his birthday with him is one of life’s travesties! Our first dog (and my first dog) and our first Galgo he was simply tremendous. I miss him every sTEp On every day, and
Today I am six (6) years old and let me tell you what a great six (6) years they have been – well apart from the first couple of months when I was unwanted, discarded and thrown over a wall into a rescue, where I was extremely fortunate to end
Five (5) years ago we brought Tigra home to live with us: well mainly with her new man Teo. Teo sadly is no longer with us, but Tigra continues to fill our lives full of joy on a daily basis along with her young ‘brother’ Tito and of late her
Two (2) years ago today the whirlwind that is Tito entered the apartment and swept everyone and everything up in his full on, live ebery minute to the full, exuberant approach to life. He is lively. He is a nutter. He is Tito! A simple walk now takes at least
Tito aka ‘The Nutter’ is two (2) today, but you would be forgiven for thinking he was still only two months!! He is still very much a idiotic puppy in a grown ups body! He loves everybody, every animal and every minute of his manic life!!! He totally loves Tigra
What can I say? A year ago we lost Teo to Lymphoma and there hasn’t been a day since when I haven’t missed the big hearted, noble, gentle giant that brought so much into our life. He was magnificent in helping nervous and timid Tigra find her feet, and although