Thursday, 6 November 2008

Stitches again and it's all Mums fault!

Well, usually its my fault that I'm in the vets with stitches but this time Mum sent me in and it wasn't even my fault. Apparently it was to sort out my hormones 'cos I've been having a bit of trouble with my weight, a bit of hair loss and I was producing milk for a while. Anyway here I am looking poorly and going for the obvious sympathy act 'cos there is no way 'she' will let me upstairs to sulk so I have to take over the sofa!Anyway I had to get fixed although I don't recon I was broken but 'she' (not calling her Mum till it stops hurting and the stiches come out next week!), anyway she said I'm not allowed puppies for lots of reasons;
1. You have to be as pretty at Ditto - not skinny with scars like me
2. You have to be as cleaver as Zigana - not silly and mess around as much as me
3. You need the fashion sense of the Red Girls - I dont even have a pretty collar
4. I need to listen to Mummy and not the voices in my head!!!!

On the plus side though, Fergus still loves me although I am bored of being on the lead cos I'm not allowed to play. But we have managed a bit of hunting so far this year.

This is Zala and Daddy with Phil and Chester. I know hes a weimereeeneee but he is very cleaver and last weekend Chester got a certificate of merit in a field trial. Plus Rionach (pronounced Runnach) got 4th in the same trial and she's only 18 months old. What a goodie two shoes!! Well, I still rock at agility and 'she' says I'm not doing too badly on the shoot. Just another week or so and I'll be back to fast running and ignoring Mum.... I mean 'her'.


Anonymous said...

Oh Rez, Poor you.

It hurts a bit now but just think no more reduce walkies because you are in season ever ever ever.

No more milk and no more skinniness.

It will be worth it in the end. But make your mum suffer for as long as possible. Really little whimpers help (don't make them too loud or often or else the parents get a little irritated.) 1 every 20 seconds should do it.

Zig (sending you big licks)

Gennasus said...

Sympathetic noises Rez, you were well stitched-up there! Never mind, you'll soon bounce back.

Don't want to repeat myself (too lazy to type!) so check out my reply to your comment.

What about that 'dogs on leads' at Duffus Castle? Do you ignore it too?!

Charlie said...

Ahhh poor sis. I have avoided such 'fixes' thankfully. Like your blanket - I have one like that too. Keep up with the mischief and the sympathy-winners. You will need them for things like when you jump through from the boot into the back seat of your dad's new car after getting all muddy running around the New Forest. Ooops.

Rez said...

Oh Charlie I love that, but Zala and I do it on the sofas (hence the blankets!) Am feeling poorly still but the whimpering works well. Zala is a but annoyed cos I'm getting all the attention but I'm sure it wont be for long


redgirls-in-scotland said...

aww rez hun -poor you - we hope that this is the very end of your veterinary adventures - my goodness it's just as well you're insured. You probably won't miss your girlie bits - though we want to hang on to ours for a while at least - we never give up hope of eloping and we do like to flirt a bit with the boys. Chester looks QUITE nice but he's not really red enough for us. Huge congrats to him and Rionach for their field trial successes. No mean feat. Your turn next.

fondly yours

the redgirls (oh and we think you should forgive "her" - don't forget Christmas is coming! Prezzies!)