I promised to tell you about the puppies' adoption, didn't I? Well, first of all, it almost did not happen because the Secretary had grown fond ( again???) of the puppies and had wanted to keep them. The Animal Doctor gave her a "reality check" and presented to her our food and medical bills, and pointed emphatically that she already has too many dogs. Plus, if I may add, she hardly has time to personally attend to my beauty needs.
Thus, the day of the puppies' adoption came.
And as for Bambi...The Secretary moved for reconsideration of the Animal Doctor's decision, arguing that Bambi has not completely recovered from the emotional trauma of having been rejected and passed from one household to another.
Bambi had outgrown what little puppy cuteness she had to begin with. Only a person who can see her inner beauty and the purity of her spirit would be able to make a commitment to care and nurture her. The Secretary is not losing hope and constantly prays for a qualified person to show at our door one day. In the meantime, Bambi will stay with us where everyday she is learning not be afraid,
and how a game of bitey face can be extremely fun!