Thanks. That is only a fraction of what I have. I lost my job a couple of years ago and I decided to retire on disability. So now I have the time to do what I have always done, but in a bigger way, is to rescue. I am a foster parent for pug rescue and have six of my own. I also have 3 cats, 2 goats, 2 prairie dogs, 12 guinea pigs, 3 sulcata tortoises, fish, canaries, finches, keets, cockatiels, 1 cockatoo, 3 conures, doves, pigeons, quail, roosters, chickens, guinea fowl, peafowl, ducks, and frogs. Most are rescues.
Thanks Paula and Steph. He recovered from the surgery quickly, and figured out how to use the cone as a battering ram. >_< He's back to normal now and his eyes are much easier to see. :)
So glad to hear he recovered and is back to normal. It's tough when our 4 legged family members are sick...they can't communicate when they are sick or hurt.
Dominic, thank you for sharing part of your brood! I don't know how I missed them when you originally posted them! I think it's great that you are able to to follow a dream and your heart to do what you truly want to do :)