Today, we don’t really want to post; maybe if we don’t, what we have to tell wont really be true.
Ludo’s stitches are all out! He is very pleased about that. He can resume normal life.
Today we normalled.
Today we went back to agility training and Ludo wizzed around the course, having lots of fun.
Today we went to the beach together, the sun was beaming down on us, but it wasn’t too hot. Perfect weather, really.
We didn’t take a ball and Ludo was annoyed about that. He barked accusingly at everyone else who had a ball. He tried to steal a small child’s ball from his flinger stick.
Today we just strolled and thought, smelled the seaside air and sat to watch the world go past.
We don’t know how many Today’s we have left together to enjoy these things. Our vet has recently told us it might not be as many as we would hope for, or like.
Yes, it’s that news we didn’t want to hear. The lesions and lump recently removed from Ludo’s abdomen are the same high grade mast cell tumours as he had removed in November. His prognosis is pretty bleak. Already I have found two more lesions in different places since these ones have been removed. We have promised him no more horrible things will happen at the vets.
Luckily for dogs, they don’t know or care about the future, they live in the Today. So we will keep on enjoying our Todays for as long as we have them.
But for now… will you join us just for a moment, in SHOUTING at stupid cancer?
Thank you dear blog pals for your support. I think we might need it in the coming months.
– Blog by Mum, Dee.