Mr J coming home…
The Diary of Mr J
Well life has had its up’s and down’s lately!
My old human was very ill and couldn’t look after me anymore, so I went to stay with some very nice people at the Stokenchurch Dog Rescue centre. Where they told me after a few days they would see if another human wanted to adopt me and give me a new forever home.
And what do you know? The very first day I was up for adoption a human came in and said she would give me a forever home.
We went for a walk a few times, and played ball in the field, so that we could get to know each other a little bit.
Then came the big day, I was going home to a new forever home, with my new human mum.
I jumped straight in the car, after I had said my goodbyes to the girls who had been looking after me.
I wasn’t quite sure what was going on, so I did jump around a bit, but my new human kept talking to me, and I felt safe enough to settle down.
We stopped at the woods before we went home, and went for a lovely long walk, so many interesting smells, and I could stop and sniff, and pee, as much as I wanted. I even met some other dogs, who seemed to be ok, although one was a bit too bouncy for my liking, so I soon told him what I thought, these youngsters have no respect sometimes, and they must be put in their place.
Back in the car, and I sat very still and was told I am a very good boy, which made me wiggle with pleasure.
Then we got to my new home, so much sniffing to do, so many places to explore.
I was a bit worried the first night, where was I going to sleep, how did I get out if I needed a pee (or more)?
But my new mum kept showing me a little garden, so I guess that’s where I pee. And she gave me a blanket, but I preferred to sit on her lap and get cuddles, I do like cuddles.
At bed time, I was allowed on the big bed, but was told it wasn’t all for me, and I had to share!
Anyway, that’s all for now as we are about to go out on our evening walk, and then all I will want to do is sleep.
love and licks Mr J