She is My Baby Luv! SITE BEING UPDATED
I remember the day Heidi came home, she fit in the palm of my hand. She was a spur-of-the-moment birthday present bought on the side of the road for a "Franklin." She was the friendliest of the few weeners that were left. She has been a great source of comfort during the hardest trials of my life. She has seen just a few less tears than Jesus. Even though she is considered my little "Veener," she has been our family companion for many years.
Heidi was just a little thing when she came home. She slept in a Velveeta box because the smallest bed we bought was too big for her. She was only 6 weeks old when she became a part of our family. So like a brand new weanling, she desired to be held constantly or she whined. My daughter and her friend, who was living here at the time, would get up in the middle of the night and play with her because Heidi's sun arose at 4:00 a.m.
The category that Heidi belonged to was PRINCESS because she that believed that the WHOLE WORLD revolved around her. And in our house, it did. She was carried everywhere we went because we were afraid she would get lost. She was half the size of my foot. So, being toted from place to place was a must.
Heidi was so photogenic. I loved taking pictures of her because she was always into something and didn't seem to mind posing for the camera. She had more patience than any other dog I had ever taken a picture of. A snack would go a long way with her because she would pursue any opportunity to eat.
Heidi very quickly gained several sisters and brothers from 2011 to 2012 . A few were foster sisters or brothers and a few were adopted by me. She adapted very SLOWLY OVER TIME. Once she established her alpha self and assigned lap space, she was fine.
She still pursues that snack. With a frosty face, as to date, she is aging. She is partially blind. Forever my little love