Both Geoff and I had many questions upon meeting the breeder. We were not invited into her home, which in itself, felt sketchy.
The only thing I was certain of was Andy. He literally jumped into my arms and hung on for dear life. At that moment, I knew Aunt Baby, who left us on May 29th of the same year, had sent this precious boy to us.
We had a visit with our beloved Vet, Dr. Fuoad Abdel, on the Monday after we brought Andy home. We were still awaiting the promised documentation from the breeder - actually we still are … :)
Looking back, it wouldn’t have made a difference. Andy was now a Jordan - hook, line and sinker!
When we told Doc that Andy was 12-weeks old, he quickly corrected the breeder’s verbal report. Our young man, in fact, had the teeth of a 5 - 6 month old puppy. And like the ‘fictitious’ documentation, Andy’s age would have never been a deciding factor on his rescue … I mean, adoption.
Counting back the months of Andy’s speculated age, we decided to have a double celebration on March 15th for the two Jordan men.
Andy will soon / already has turn(ed) four - in human years, about 28 years old. He surely has turned into a young man, seemingly overnight, after we unexpectedly lost Zoey on January 24th.
Andy truly believes his job is to supervise us with unconditional love and loyalty. He is an ongoing reminder of living in the moment and finding joy in the smallest treat or toy. And he reminds us to laugh, even when the days are challenging.
Please join me in wishing both Geoff and Andy a most joy-filled and wonderful birthday… :)
Until next week, wishing you plenty of smiles and hugs, mar
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