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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

My new hiding place

Guess what? Nobody can find me here... well at least not the other furries in this house. Of course the two-legged guy with the flashbox found me, but he was really quiet so I could keep my special hiding place. None of the other doggies can fit in here anyway and the kitties only like soft places, so unless they lay on top of me, well,  I don't have to worry about them.

Thanks to everyone for writing in and asking about how I'm doing. Since I can't see much anymore I'm bumping in to more things and getting lost in the back yard. The other day my humomma had to put on golashes and don an umbrella to come rescue me from the rain. Guess where I was standing? Out on the cement by Charmin's grave waaaaaay in the very back of our big back yard. Guess I was asking for her help finding my way back. You know all that rain made it hard to sniff my way back to the deck. I couldn't even smell my own stuff to know where to drop more and kept going around in circles. Good news though! Still no more tumor growing back! WOOHOOO!!!!!

Take care everyone. Summer is on the way!


  1. Tucker,
    That is great that the mean old tumor is not coming back. Be strong, and hide well.
    Sally Ann

  2. Maybe woo need a long long string!

    Khool news on the tumour staying away!


  3. Good to see you, Tucker. Mom says her old blind cockapoo used to like to hide too, probably felt safer out of the mainstream of activity. this Kansas rain is ridiculous - at least today was nice, but the rains are coming back. So good to hear that the tumor is not growing back.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  4. Tucker..we were so glad to find you today, alive and lost in the rain, but still hanging in with us.

    Keep strong my friend, we need you to share your courage with us.

    gussie and teka

  5. w00fs, yeaaaa, me glad no more tumor...we had a lot of rain too...me is sure angel charmin wood help u find ur way back..and a grrrrrr8 hiding place,,

    b safe,

  6. Tuckew

    That must have been scaiwy to be lost in the wain. I'm so glad youw pawents found you..i hope you didn't catch a cold, sheeesh..youw new hiding place looks nice and cozy. Pleez stay well and wif us sweet fwiend
    smoochie kisses

  7. Sorry to hear the rain is making things confusing for you - it makes things a little crazy for Paddy too - glad to see you were rescued and brought in!

    Tail wagging happy there is no tumour - lots of licks
    Sally and Paddy

  8. We're so glad your mom rescued you from the nasty rain, Tucker and we're thrilled that the tumor is not coming back!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  9. Oh honey, we sure would help you find your way back. Make sure you stay close enough to the two-leggeds so they can always reel you back in. Poor baba....

  10. We're sure glad your tumor is all gone, Tucker! Our mom has been known to go out into rainstorms to rescue our predesessors when they couldn't see to get back in the house.

    Penny & Patches

  11. Hey Sweet Tucker...

    Now dear boy...I was wondering if you'd like me to offer my escort services...er um, I didn't quite mean it THAT WAY...I mean, I of course could assist you around the yardie and help you find your food bowl and I could have a small snackie outta it...

    Mumsie's last foxy had bad cataracts and used to attack the potted flowers...he looked sorta embarassed bout it too, but it was quite understandable...

    Kisses to ya and paws are crossed for you!!

    Flirty kisses,