Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Resting Wednesday


Hi furiends

Thank you all for the healing vibes


I really am feeling pretty good after my surgicals


But Mom says I have to rest and stay quiet.

Mom and Dad are starting to feel better too!


We are the PugRanch Kids
Mabel & Hilda



18 comments:

  1. Hari Om
    Thanks for the pupdate, Hilda - will continue the POTP this side just for the 'finishing up' of healings! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. Good to see you Hilda. Resting and staying quiet can be tough for a young pup, but Mom know best!

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  3. Awe glad your are doing well Hilda :) Keep up wif all da good rest and healing.

    xoxo,
    Matt & Matilda

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  4. You look very comfy and cozy there Hilda. We are keeping our paws crossed that you heal quickly.

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  5. "Rest and stay quiet" are horrifying words!!! I hope it doesn't last long.

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  6. Glad you are feeling better Hilda...hope your folks are all better soon!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

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  7. that are super good news...hugs and potp to you all ;O)

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  8. Awwww.... every furry, every human ... be better soooon!

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  9. You look so comfy and cozy, Hilda, and we are so happy that you and your mom and dad are feeling better!

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  10. Ohhhhhhhhhh Hilda...I hope today dawns with renewed gusto for you and your peeps.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  11. That is wonderful news about ALL of you!

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  12. Oh gurl, I hopes you are up and runnin' and playin' real soon!!!! Sendin' lots and lots of healin' vibes for you (and your peeps)!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  13. Bless your little heart! I hope you are feeling much better now. Give your peeps some healing love too. I love your blankie!

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  14. So glad to hear everyone is beginning to feel better and getting loads of rest.

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