Poor Azzy had both his ears operated on last Monday; he does look a little sad.
He has had surgery before to remove foreign objects from his stomach, like the satay stick he managed to get down whole, and something the vet described as 'cloth'. I wonder where he could have found that?
He and me both will be very happy when the bandages and collar come off. He keeps on bumping into things and it's a bit tricky jumping up onto the furniture wearing it. We do our best not to let him see us laughing and are quick to lend him a helping hand. After all he is a precious family member!
I received a lovely suprise in the post today. This gorgeous fabric from Lynn at Li'l Bloke's, Bendigo. Now I know exactly what I am going make.
After Christmas, once all the decorations are packed away (well they're down but not entirely packed away), there always seems to be a bare spot just crying out for something new. I have a long and narrow hall table that needs a tablerunner and I think these fabrics will be perfect. But should I start before I've finished writing my new patterns Easter Treats and Christmas Charms? It won't take long and I know what will be more fun. No I must be good!
awww bless i have two of those dogs lol i can imagin how funny it would be to have him walking into things! hehe
i love the fabs!
Posted by: sammyjo | January 30, 2009 at 08:53 AM
Poor Azzi, I have a cavvie, he is 4 1/2 months old, I love him too bits. He loves my sewing room, and likes to sit on my sewing magazines on the book shelve while I am busy sewing, his name is Billy. I do hope that Azzi is feeling better now.
Posted by: Sandra Lee | January 28, 2009 at 01:49 PM
Poor doggy! Love the fabrics. Looking forward to what you're going to make (O:
Posted by: simone de klerk | January 27, 2009 at 06:25 AM
Your poor little Azzi.... what a sad face..
Wondering when youre popping over this way (tried to email with no success...) Would you mind letting me know when?
Ill try another email too.
Posted by: jane | January 24, 2009 at 04:12 PM
Hello there, I too have Cavvies that love to eat what ever they come across, though Rufus has had grass seeds taken out of his ears twice now.
Poor little Azzi, looks so pitiful with the bandage on. Are tissues one of Azzi's favourites? From what I know, all Cavvies love to eat tissues.
Posted by: Rosie Graham | January 24, 2009 at 12:52 AM
Hi Marg, I have a cavalier that loves to eat everything in her path, my fabric scraps and she loves little rocks! Mine and Azzy seem to have the same hair cut.
Posted by: Hayley | January 23, 2009 at 08:39 PM