My cooking ?
A really tough night. Zero interest in breakfast . Too lethargic for a morning walk. New symptoms developing. No croissant run today .
Probably nothing to worry about. Stress over workmen in the house, my cooking, or the absence of ' the font ''. Possibly a combination of all three .
Sorry to learn this news.ReplyDelete
Angus, Wilf, we ARE worried.ReplyDelete
More special hugs to our furry friend today. Will he be seeing a vet?
Bless you sweet Wilf.ReplyDelete
Maybe all those things (although I am sure the cooking is excellent), plus the change of the season. Distance kisses for Wilfie Pon. Have a nice quiet day Fluffy, with thoughts of tomorrows croissant. xxReplyDelete
Surely the combination of all three. Courage sweet Wilf, your mother will be back soon.ReplyDelete
All my thoughts for you, Angus, and all my love to the beloved polar bear.
Poor little Wilfie - he needs broccoli and cheese and a jumper with Eau de Font, so he feels safe.ReplyDelete
Get well soon, buddy! We love you from Italy cuddle and baci sul nasino Susanne, Daisy and Foxiie
We sincerely hope it's the combination....no interest in food...that's not good. Rest up Wilf and get some extra hugs.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
I so hope Wilf feels better and is back to enjoying croissant runs and your cooking very soon! Just know you both remain in our thoughts and prayers for continued strength.ReplyDelete
Take it easy buddy, have a long afternoon nap and we hope you get some rest and get to eat some noms.ReplyDelete
Julie and Poppy Q
We will not worry with you. Hopeful today is better. :)ReplyDelete
Blessings and Love,
Janelle and Maggie Mae
I'm sure he'll feel better when the pack is back together.ReplyDelete
Thinking of you!
Troubling news. Wilf is in our prayers as are you, Angus, and The Font.ReplyDelete
Having workmen in the house, you never know what treats Wilf has been fed. Who could resist such a sweet, soulful fellow asking for a wee taste of food. They don't realize how he will suffer with elevated sugar.
Please tell Wilf he has our special love. Stroke his head and tell him people all over the world are pulling for him. God bless you.
Be well, Wilf - you have been preparing us for a long time but still, we do not want to see you leave - only on your terms. Your cooking is, I am sure, stellar, Angus :).ReplyDelete
he just likes his family all together!ReplyDelete
i cannot imagine what it must be like to not see and not understand anything... and then things change.
you'll be alright my darling wee bear. hang on!
if love is keeping you going, you'll go long.
special hugs today to my beloved wilfee.
All will be bback to normal again very soon Wilfy...you just take care of Angus!ReplyDelete
He is SO sensitive to the comings and goings of you and 'the font'. As Maggie Mae said, we will not worry with you :-) Sending love.ReplyDelete
This news makes me sad. I truly hope that it's a combo of all three and that all will be right in his world again. I worry about him so.ReplyDelete
Thinking of you on those tough days, Wilf.ReplyDelete
Let's hope you're right and he will perk up again soon.ReplyDelete
I think the combo theory is probably spot on.ReplyDelete
xoxo & woofs from Winnie D & Samuel
Hang in there Wilf, things will settle down at home soon!! He is missing 'the font' to be sure! Keep on going Wilf, darling boy!ReplyDelete
With love from your Canadian pals,
Dianna along with Tor, Willow and Tucker
I am echoing what everyone else has said: probably the absence of the Font and workmen about...his daily rhythms disrupted. Prayers abound for you all...sent up on the wings of love. Hope he is resting well tonight.ReplyDelete
Hopefully things will get back to normal soon and Wilf will feel better! (hug)ReplyDelete
Our paws are crossed that your guess is right. I hope that Wilf feels much better very soon.ReplyDelete