He was terrified of everything He literally shook and wouldn't get off my bed. I am so happy to report in the short time I've had him he has adjusted so well. He is no longer scared to eat, he sits still while I attach the leash. Yesterday when I took him and Wes out before work, I tapped my leg and said come on boys and he ran to the door. He had never done that before. I'm so glad I was able to save his life. He is such a sweetie.
When I adopted him they told me he was 6. But boy does he act like a puppy. He chewed up the band on my fitness band. I don't know what brand it is and can't find a replacement. He also runs and pretends to hide like when I ask him if he wants to go out. I can't forget the energy. Oh my this little guy is active. I'm not use to a dog with this energy. Wes is pretty laid back...ok he is down right lazy.
The last week I've been focusing a lot of energy and time on my sick cat who isn't feeling any better. The day we went to the vet he perked up but he's slowly acted worse every since. Poor baby. He finished his antibiotics last night. I'm hoping this runs its course soon. Although I'm really tempted to call the vet again. He is eating so that's a huge plus. I've been buying him special cat food and giving it to him in a separate room so I make sure he is actually eating it.
April is finances. I plan on utilizing Swagbucks. Its free money so I need to take advantage of that.
Also I want to research retirement options. I hate to say I really don't have any form of retirement and since I would like to retire someday I need to get on that. My other option of marrying Troy Aikman and being a trophy wife obviously didn't happen. (Troy was the QB for the Cowboys from 1989-2000)
I'd also like to add more to my savings too.