I am sorry that it has been a while since I have posted. My mom got the mosquito bite disease, Chikungunya, almost 2 months ago and she is still hurting from it. She feels better but still not her normal my mommy self. My poor mommy.
Anyhow, we took a nice walk this morning. She likes to get outside very early so that we can walk around without bothering anyone. It is nice and quiet. She likes it and so do I.
Today on our morning walk we headed up to Plaza España. I like going the other direction and usually put up a little bit of a fight when we do not go my way, but today I just went along with mom and Buenagente. Buenagente spends the night in my house sometimes and likes to walk with us in the mornings. Even if he does not spend the night he is usually waiting outside in the morning for us so he can join in our walk.
We went down the stairs at the Alcazar de Colon to the Defensa Puerta de las Atarazanas Siglo XVII / The first gate of defense at the Shipyards in the years 1601-1700. I like to stand on the walls.
Mom sometimes gets carried away with her picture taking and I just get sooo bored.
Finally mom finished with the pictures here and we continued our walk.
We ran into our friends Yote and her puppy. They live in Plaza España. Sometimes they join us on our walk-about but today they decided just to stay in their own area.
We walked up to the Ruinas del Monasterio de San Francisco. I like it there because I can walk free and play with my friends. As long as a place has a fence around it and is secure I can go free to play and run. I so love to run.
Buenagente, our friend (I do not know his name yet) and I jumped up on the wall to see what we could see and make a decision as to what to do next.
Buenagente made his decision and wanted us to follow him.
We walked around to the Parque de las Palomas (Pigeon Park) so we could visit with our good friend Bruiser and his friends Lady, Ojo, Mia and the other dogs that live at the Monastery Ruins.
On the walk home we met a new dog. She was very, very thin but also very friendly and loved the attention mom gave her when we saw her. She decided to follow us all the way home. Mom named her Poky.
There were a few dogs eating out of a garbage bag that had lots of bones inside. Mom took Poky over to the bag so she could get some food because she was so thin. Poky did not know how to eat out of the bag. I tried to help her by showing her how it was done but mom was not too happy about that. All I was trying to do was help..jeez.
Poky followed us home but Buenagente does not like any other dog near to the building where I live and he got angry and started being mean to poor Poky.
Mom took us and put us in the apartment and she went down with a bag of food for Poky to eat.
I hope that Poky finds a forever home someday. She is a very nice dog and no dog deserves to live a life in the street alone.
When you see Poky make sure to say hello to her and give her a treat and a pat on the head.