Back to happy endings



I’ve settled in with my new humans. They’re very playful for oldies so I have to entertain them by bringing them the evil bone (which is what they call a big hide chewy bone) and showing them how to use it as a skateboard. They like playing fetch, going for very long walks and they also like hiding biscuits and treats for me to find. I have to pretend it’s very difficult to find them. Best of all they like it when I run as fast as I can between them on our walks. Sometimes one of them hides and I have to look for them. I’m a lot more confident than I was when I first arrived and I’ve learned to do some tricks. I like learning because they give me little treats and tell me I’m clever.

I’d like to say thank you to you all at Wood Green for looking after me and for matching me up with my new humans. But I’d really like to say a very special thank you to my previous family and for prioritising me when things were very difficult. I know how hard it was for you to take me to Wood Green. I’m sending you lots of love and I hope that things have worked out well for you.