My foster Mom says that I am very energetic for a “pug of a certain age”. And, even though I am blind, I can still find my way very nicely. When I came to CPR my eyes were in such bad shape that they were hard crusted and peeling. They were really painful. The good people at CPR gave me medications to ease the pain in my eyes and took me to see a specialist. I had to have surgery – something called “canthoplasty” which really helped me to feel better.
I love the company of other dogs, but I like to find a quiet space on a pillow to snooze on sometimes. I do enjoy my naps… and of course, I enjoy a good meal – but who doesn’t? My foster Mom says that I can be quiet the alarm sounder when my meals are being prepared. I just call it getting ready!
I am currently living with my foster Mom and all of my foster siblings, but I really do hope that someone will give a senior guy like me a chance to live out the rest of my days in a family of my own.
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