Hi, everypup and everycat!
If I remember correctly this will be my first official blog post!
Oh! I'm so excited.
To start off with, a photo of me in case you have forgotten what I look like....
Aren't I beautiful?
Now that your memory has been refreshed how about I tell you about my Grandma?
Grandma is doing well. We found out about 6 weeks ago that her transplant failed. The doctors said they felt the best option for her was to continue the chemo treatments she has been getting monthly.
Last week they told her she was in remission!!!!!
Now, her remission is different than what you think of when you hear the word remission. Because her cancer is such a tough one to fight and it is very aggressive she will need to continue her chemo treatments every month. So, the cancer is not gone and it will never be gone but the treatments are minimizing it to the point that it is not taking over and destroying her bone marrow and blood cells.
Isn't that Twixerrific?!
Thank you all for your prayers, get well vibes,
and crossed paws!!
I would like to send a very special thank you to those of you who sent cards to my grandma earlier this year. Momma says she was bad and hasn't gotten in touch with you guys but she wants you to know that she and Grandma really appreciate your kindness!!! Grandma loved each and every card she received and it made her feel very special knowing Twix's furiends thought that much of her.
Thank You from the bottom of my heart!
Now, are you rescue people out there listening?
No, the dachshund that is wanted is not for my house....
I know some of you were thinking that but
Momma says it isn't time yet.
The dachshund will be for Grandma and Grandpa. Some of you may remember that before her transplant they had to get rid of their two kitties. Well, since she is no longer on lockdown and is in remission she thought maybe the docs would let them get a doggie. She asked today and they said YES!!!! Grandma has been down in the dumps lately with everything going on and hopefully, a doggie will give her some companionship and make her feel better in general. We all know that doggies can help people get better, don't we?
Are you sure you're listening?
Lemme get a little closer just to make sure you can hear me.
This next part is really impawtant!
Even though Grandma is considered to be in remission she still has to be really careful about germs and stuff. So, there are some strict requirements for adopting a dog. And Grandma and Grandpa will have to be picky in order to get the right doggie for them.
*The dog MUST be potty trained...accidents in the house could put Grandma at risk.
*The dog must have short furs....Grandma is thinking a short haired doxie would be perfect to fit that criteria.
*Grandma and Grandpa want a female.
I know all our pals out there will be able to help us find the perfect doggie to make Grandma feel better.
Besides that, its her birthday this weekend!
I think a doggie would be the perfect birthday present!
Momma says she will be putting up a post this weekend to let you know how things are around here....I think that means there will be more photos of me!