|This time Santa brought Those Brindle Kids collars with plastic closures rather than metal closures. |
We hope these will be more quiet in the middle of the night. :)
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Shortly after we brought him home, we got a call from SEGA telling us that a couple was interested in meeting Walker and possibly adopting him. I let Tim know via text message that Walker would be having guests. I thought he'd be excited for Walker. As you can see, he wasn't.
|I am blue. Tim is yellow.|
Tim is particulary hard to surprise. I'm rarely successful. So for the past month, I've kept up the charade of fostering Walker because I wanted Tim to have a good surprise Christmas morning. I secretly ordered Walker a personalized collar, too.
In a post-Christmas morning interview with Tim, he told me that he was happy and surprised when he opened the little box containing Walker's new collar. He also said that 1.) he planned to be unrelenting in his attempt to convince me to adopt Walker and 2.) that he also planned to actively thwart any future adoption meetings concerning Walker. (That sounds interesting.)
So, Walker is officially one of Those Brindle Kids now. In honor of the occasion, he also got his own special toy - a new Squirm the Worm. We call him Squirm 2.
|We hope Squirm 2 gets to keep his eyes for a while. |
We also hope Maggie will leave Squirm 2 alone now that she's appropriated Squirm 1.
So, Merry Christmas, Tim!
and Merry Christmas, Walker! We love you, you big red brindle boy!
|Walker's First Christmas in his Forever Home|