She made us constantly laugh with her antics. I have never seen a dog that can pull faces as she did. It was very hard to keep a straight face when she grinned, she really did, and usually when she was being naughty.
Tessa came into my life when she was two years old. She was overwhelmed by the reception of two grumpy cats and a very inquisitive German Shepherd. But pretty quickly she had not only me wrapped around her paw but also Jack the German Shepherd and the two cats. Sadly her three furry friends left her not long after she came to live with us. Although she was attached to them, I had a sneaking suspicion that she actually enjoyed being an only pet and not having to share her food - because, let me tell you, her tummy ruled!
Tessa left us in September 2004 to join her friends on the Rainbow Bridge. Have fun my little princess, I miss you.
they brought that pesky puppy home. They called him Leo. Leo the Lion...as if! Leo the monkey more like as he kept climbing over me.