02 Sep '11, 3pm

Leaving his “fur”

Leaving his “fur”

Couple weeks ago (August 21, 2011) I was walking Cooper on his own and when we got home, I thought I would brush him a little but he was not up to it. He wanted to go inside. Now I know why Before we went in, I saw clumps of hair sticking out from his chest, so I pulled them out. I pulled out 3 - 4 clumps of them. I took this picture on Monday (8/29/2011). Only one clump of hair left, stayed at the same spot the entire time. I saw it everyday when I went for my walks with the boys. All the other clumps blew away except this one. DB said Coops is definitely leaving his marking for us! Atta boy, Coops! DB said I should put his picture on a photo frame next to the other gifts we had received from P. I am going to do it this weekend.

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