The great and noble Knight Sir Thomas, after many adventures, ended up down on his luck and was quite thin and weary with some old battle wounds. Luckily, he was fortunate enough to stumble across the court of one of our generous SARG fosters. After a few months of feasting and much-needed recuperation, the good knight is now in a much better state. He has recently been neutered, brought up to date on his shots, and has been placed in a foster home with many other lucky lords and ladies.
After his first few days inside the castle's walls, he is still a bit leery of the court's three large guards (dogs), but no altercations have occurred, and everyone sleeps well together in the castle at night. Our good knight is getting to know the other six court jesters (cats), and is far less apprehensive around them.
His adventuring days are at an end, sad to say, after the court alchemist determined one of our dear Sir's back knees ails him with arthritis. The castle's queen is monitoring him closely, and he is able to climb about the many corridors in the castle with little struggle. He also enjoys his medicine (glucosamine paste) that the alchemist mixed up for him that helps prevent any further damage.
Sir Thomas is very people-oriented, as he seeks most of his attention from the castle's king and queen. He often pleads with boisterous serenades for tummy rubs and extra mead to fulfill his 18 pounds of mighty-knight needs. Our beloved Sir is looking for a new castle to call his forever home.
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