Entry number 1478


27th August 2018

Kyle Kimberley-Scott (with a little help)

Subject: Welcome 'Mel' (See Response 4 to Entry number 1477)


Woof, woof Mel, your Paw Print family and, of course, Ma,


A real home for you with Ma and the Paw Prints - nothing could be better!

We know you will be well loved and cared for in every way. Be happy and enjoy your new life.

Special sloppy kisses for your Ma - she gave me a comfy bed and a yummy breakfast some years ago when I was en route to my forever home.


Woofs and wags - Kyle XXXXXXX

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Responses:

1

Barbara Tribe

28th August 2018


A very warm welcome to Mel who has also now found a forever home with a lovely family.


Lots of fun and cuddles for you, Mel, and welcome barks from Paddy and Mitzi, purrs from Archie and love from Barbara xx

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Responses:

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Pauline Leigh

28th August 2018


Hi Mel,


Welcome to the ‘Welsh Mad House’ with Ma and all the other Paw Prints.


We know you will be well looked after and loved and, you never know, we may make a special effort to have a beach run with you all very, very shortly.


Lots of welcome barks & licks, Shadow, Ollie Bear, Thistle, & Treacle and lots of cuddles from Pauline xxxxx

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Responses:

3

Liz Storrie

29th August 2018


A huge welcome to Mel.


You sure have landed on all four paws with your furever home.

We hope you have many happy years with your new family.


Eilidh, Benji, Jojo, Tommy and Liz XXXXX

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Responses:

4

Maureen Guthrie

30th August 2018


Hello Mel,


A very warm Scottie Dog welcome.


Not only do you have your forever home but also your forever friend, Ceilidh.

We loved your photo - more please.


Lots of love, Dudley Bear and Maureen xxxx

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Entry number 1477


26th August 2018 (received evening of 25th August)

Eilidh (with little paws being guided by Liz Storrie)

Subject: Introducing 'Benji'


Hello everyone, Eilidh here!


Oh, I am sssooooo excited and couldn't wait to tell you all about my news. I have a new wee brother. It's taken us a long time to find the right boy.

I'd like to introduce Benji.

He is a Cairn Terrier, aged 9. We went to Saltcoats today to collect him from his foster mum. He was as good as gold in the car and I think he's here to stay.


Love from Eilidh, Jojo, Tommy and Liz.

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Responses:

1

Kyle Kimberley-Scott (with a little help)

26th August 2018


A big woofing welcome Benji.


Enjoy your new home wee man, all the love you will get from Liz and the companionship from Eilidh.


Woofs and wags - Kyle XXXXXXX

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Responses:

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Barbara Tribe

26th August 2018


A big welcome for Benji to Scottiedoglovers.


You look a lovely little Cairn boy and you are sure to have great fun with Eilidh and, of course, special love and cuddles from your new Mum, Liz.

Be happy in your new forever home.


Welcome barks from Paddy and Mitzi, purrs from Archie and love from Barbara xx

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Responses:

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Maureen Guthrie

27th August 2018


Sending a warm Scottie Dog welcome to Benji.


You are a handsome looking chap. I'm sure Eilidh is quite smitten with you.

Life is looking good - new family, Jojo and Tommy and cuddles from your new mum, Liz.

Enjoy new adventures - we will be waiting to hear all about them.


Lots of love, Dudley Bear and Maureen xxx

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Responses:

4

Penny Gutridge

27th August 2018


Hi Benji,


I'm so glad you have arrived safely in your special forever home at last.

My name is Mel.


I'm about 6 yrs old & I've just landed in a real home too - at last!

Isn't it GREAT ...


Love from all us Paw Prints xxxxxxx (& Ma)


PS This is me with Ceilidh sharing my new bed!

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Responses:

5

Pauline Leigh

28th August 2018


Well, hello Benji,


Haven’t you just landed on all 4 paws with your new family. We hope you stand still long enough for Mum to get a good picture of you!


Eilidh will no doubt be showing you what’s what here on Scottie Dog Lovers, Tommy & JoJo tweeting away to you and lots and lots of cuddles and kisses from your mummy, Liz.


Welcome barks and licks from Shadow, Ollie Bear, Thistle & Treacle xxx and lots of hugs from Pauline xxxxx

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Reply to responses:

29th August 2018


Hello everybody, Eilidh here!


Benji wanted to send a message but he's still a wee bit shy and can't use the tablet yet. Anyway, I offered to write it for him - here goes.

"I wanted to thank you all for all your good wishes - they are much appreciated.

Well, I am finding my feet and I think my new family have passed their initiation test. Mind you, Eilidh has warned me that if Mum tells you off you sure know about it! I am going to the groomer on Thursday. My foster Mum bathed me and combed all the mats out of my coat but I am still a bit whiffy. I am also on a diet but Mum reckons once my coat is cut I might not be too bad underneath! I do hope so, 'cos I love my grub. I didn't get walked very much before I went into foster but Laura started me off gently, gradually building up the time I was out. Now I have two good walks per day, am finding my way round the village and meeting lots of new people. It's good. My big sister is awesome, and no, she didn't make that bit up, I told her to say it.

Well, I need 40 winks now.


Love and kisses to everyone (especially all the Mums and Dads) - Benji.

PS We'll send an updated photo after my pampering session - bye for now."

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Entry number 1476


25th August 2018

Eilidh (with little paws being guided by Liz Storrie)

Subject: 'Lily' Gutridge's birthday message of thanks


Hi Lily,


Jojo, Tommy and I decided that every special girl deserves a bit of magic on her birthday.

We have asked our Mum about unicorns and she says they are magical creatures, like fairies and leprechauns.

They only show themselves to very special people, so keep your eyes peeled young Lily.

Eilidh X

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Entry number 1475


12th August 2018 (received 11th August)

Paddy (with little paws being guided by Barbara Tribe)

Subject: Our News


Top of the morning all!


Mum showed us your pics, Kyle - you look a pretty smart lad. Mitzi says to me that she thinks you are really handsome, the most handsomest Scottie she has ever seen. What a stupid thing to say! Typical girl Scottie. It's as bad as that darn cat, Archie, who walks about the house ALL day. I give him one of my SPECIAL LOOKS when I think Mum's not looking but she always sees me and tells me to behave.

Well, Mitzi and I have had some good hunting fun in the garden. For FOUR days we have been hunting behind the rocks round the bird bath and in the corner behind the cold frame. We just knew there was something hiding there and finally we caught it - it was a shrew and did it taste nasty, so we left it on the patio for Mum.

Now it's raining today and, being true Scots, we hate going out in the rain.


Cheers from Paddy, xxx from Mitzi and purrs from that darn cat, Archie

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Responses:

1

Kyle Kimberley-Scott (with a little help)

14th August 2018


Woof, woof to you all



As you can see, I now have my paws on the keyboard, so here goes.

Fancy me having a secret admirer - Mitzi! I do my best to look good in my pictures but, as you all know, I do like to be 'paws on' with any work that is going on inside or outside the house. Yesterday I was plumber's mate for the day!

The cooler weather over the last few days has suited me better. The fields where I go walking are all looking a bit bare now but the good thing is I can see the bunnies better now the crops have gone.

We have some new visitors to the garden - a pair of noisy magpies. We've been hearing them for a while but two or three weeks ago they started coming in the garden - me thinks they will be something else to chase!

Well, I can hear food being prepared so best go and 'lend a paw'.

Take care and keep having fun.


Woofs and wags - Kyle XXXXXXX

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