Continued prayers for your sisters, Sparky, and for you, too.
Weird. Wonder what happened to it.
Pure coincidence. :-)
Hey, Nicki! So good to hear that you found comfort here when you were letting Zoe go. Hugs of joy and admiration for your rescue of Hannah. I second Witchee’s suggestion that your husband give Hannah food and treats. If she’s too scared to come close enough to get them from him, maybe just the idea of him providing them and then giving her space to come get them will help her understand he’s a good guy – or, at least, a source of resources. I love scaeva’s t-shirt idea, too. One thing we struggle with at my house is voice volume. None of our fur kids are scared of my husband, but he has a sonorous voice and rarely uses volume control, and the cats run from him when he comes into the room booming and carrying on. If your husband keeps his voice low and gentle and talks sweet to her, maybe that will help. Bet he’s already doing that, though, as frightened animals tend to make people do that automatically. Good luck and bless you for rescuing that sweet girl. I love German Shepherds.
He’s pretty fluffy, alright.
I thought he hates Offal above all else.
Thanks for the good news, Shirin. Sending hugs and boops, and prayers for continued improvement for you both. xoxo
Honeeeeeeey? Have you seen Loooooooopin? I can’t find him anywhere. .
Hugs, purrs, prayers, and healing energy for your Orb, Sparky. May they have the best possible outcomes.
Not that he would get it if he did notice. . .