Monday, December 3, 2012

The One with the Gift?

Just a quick update on Miss Cali: her first treatment was Thursday and she handled it like a champ! Everyone adored her, of course, and she said she had a great time hanging out there for the day!

No side effects at all from the first round of drugs. Her next treatment is Wednesday. Thanks to everyone for the kind thoughts and emails!!

Here she is after mom picked her up last week.






Saturday she even got to see Santa and Mrs. Claus!! Doesn't she look thrilled?



She kept checking on our boy during the photo shoot.




I don't think this is what she had in mind when she talked to Santa.



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7 comments:

  1. wow that is the cutest christmas photo ever! your two legger is just as cute as you! what a beautiful family you make

    pibble sugars,
    brinks and bella

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  2. We are very much glad that she is doing well with the treatment.

    LOVE the Picture with Santa Paws.

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  3. So glad Cali is doing well! Loved the pictures with Santa!
    -Corbin

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  4. I have heard that doggies can handle those drugs better than the humans. I hope so. Of course visiting with Santa would make any doggie feel better.

    Kisses,
    Dexter

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  5. Beautiful photo of you with the Christmas Tree Cali :) So good of you to keep tabs on your boy - gotta make sure he doesn't slide off Santa's knee before givin him his list ;)

    Sorry to hear you are needing treatments. Glad you are doin well with them! Keepin paws crossed and lots of positive vibes comin your way!

    Roo

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  6. Glad to hear she is doing well with her treatment!

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  7. Oh, gosh, Zona...I'm sorry abouts Cali's sickies but I'm glad her first treatment went good. And I'm so very glad she got to meet Santa Paws. I just luvs the pictures!

    My paws are crossed for her to keep getting better and better!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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