Hello people, Mouse here.
Yesterday, we had loads of stuff to do, mostly human stuff, but there was one Very Important Visit. We went to see Miss Gail at GAP (the Greyhound Adoption Program of the Racing Integrity Commission). I love going to see Miss Gail, because she remembers me, and says I’m special, and how wonderful I’m looking ∑:>
The doggos have all come directly from the racing industry, and Miss Gail says once they’ve been there a while and have stayed in a foster home for a few weeks, they learn to socialise with people, pets and other doggos, to deal with situations they haven’t been used to like streets, and the beach, and to navigate home life, like stairs, and glass doors. The vet looks after their health and Miss Gail and her assistant look after their mental wellbeing, just loving them and playing with them. And soon, they find furever homes and Staff who will love them to bits and give them treats and a comfy bed. The Staff had brought treats, and everyone there got some, so that was a Good Thing.
Rosie, Hudson, Neville, Dude and the others, I hope you find soft beds, yummy food, great sniffs, happy zoomies and loving Staff. And to Miss Gail, a big THANK YOU for taking care of my brothers and sisters so well and finding them good homes.
Today, we’re heading up to Cairns, so it’s another day in the car, but after that I can relax for a week. Mum says it’s my Birthday in two days. I’m not sure what that means, but she seems to imply that good stuff is in store and possibly treats of the edible variety. So that’s something to look forward to.
Mouse out, for now