Rolfe has officially survived more than 24 hours in our crazy household. When I left this morning to go walk dogs, he barked in disagreement, but when I came home he was quietly napping.
Although he doesn't seem to be overly interested in playing with Gatsby yet, the two of them are definitely getting along well. I just need to teach him that Dr. Seuss is not tasty :-( Thank goodness Dr Seuss is such a chill understanding kitty; I'm sure that Rolfe will figure that out soon enough.
Since it snowed today (again), I decided to put Rolfe on the 30-foot lead and let him run "free" at the park with Gatsby. Rolfe seemed apprehensive about it all, but he did just arrive so I wouldn't expect much more from him.
On our way home from the park we met a bulldog named Lenny who was vicious to poor Gatsby but seemed to love Rolfe. Right now Gatsby is napping in my bed and Rolfe is curled up on the very edge of his bed. I caught him yawning (the picture above)...too cute!
Don't forget to visit www.GreatLakesWeimRescue.com to learn more about how to adopt Rolfe or another Weimaraner who needs a forever home.
Growing up in the country in Pennsylvania gave me tons of experience with animals from a very early age. I later pursued a career in horseback riding and also have experience as a veterinary technician. I have a strong passion for animals and have an uncanny ability to connect with all sorts of furry friends.