He comes in the category of ‘Senior dogs’ 😊🐶… But he’s one of the most vigilant, protective and caring fellas around me 💕😊He waits up for me no matter how late it gets, he looks out for me despite being ill himself. He shows me in so many ways, how far we humans have to go, to have the spiritual qualities that they possess 😁💕
We celebrate ten years of togetherness and we’ve seen each other grow.
He’s been my ‘constant companion’ a term I never knew existed, till he barged into my life with all his playful energy 😊… Now that energy is depleting, I can feel it, he can too I think.
When I get up to go somewhere, his eyes seem to plead, ‘don’t go too far, it hurts to get up to follow you…’ I carry him with me then because I feel the same way too… ‘It hurts to leave you behind…’
#Bob #Kalee #Bobbe #💞
He is the last thing I see before I leave home and the first when I return. In the interim, I am given to believe that he puts his head on my slippers and waits and woe to that person who tries to move the slippers for sweeping the floor or mopping it!
Yesterday, when I got home, no yelps of joy greeted me, absolutely no response to my whistles… Where was he? I wondered. The help informed me that he was out on his evening stroll because it had just stopped raining.
Gosh! How I missed his warm, tail-wagging welcome, his routine of carrying my sandals half way and dropping them unceremoniously, his guiding me to his treat jar because he had waited so patiently and not broken anything the entire day! And also because humans tend to forget directions.. 🙄
Little things are such big things in the daily living of life… This I learn from Bob, my black pug. No routine is boring if you invest yourself in it fully.
When we go for our morning walk, I give his leash to the bhaiya asking him to take Bob back inside, but when I return, this is how I find him… Waiting patiently, in no hurry, eyes peeled on the road down which I had gone. And when he sees me return, his eyes sparkle, he gets new life, as do I…… 😊