Bouncing and Bumbling

We’ve written so much about Little Zee’s bouncing and bumbling ways — the very cute result of a neuro issue that has left her with slightly impaired balance and coordination — but until you have seen it, it’s really difficult to love.

Just a warning — we have bolstered our doors with extra locks to stave off all of the would-be dognappers who will be driving to our house as soon as they watch her charming ways:

33 responses

  1. Awwwww….I didn’t think it was possible to love Zee even more….but I was wrong. She is so adorable – bumbling and all. What was that address again?!

  2. Ok, she is the best! I love, love, love her! I also love how you mentioned her “snack break” as we are always telling Rufus to “quit snackin'” on walks when he grabs a hunk of grass to chew on whenever he can.

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  3. I have just exceeded my cuteness quota for the day.
    For the record Reggie eats the plants just like that. There is a mansion overlooking the park and he finds the plants in their front garden especially tasty. I wonder if they wonder why some of the leaves have teeth marks in them. 🙂

  4. Maybe she’s like Leche- part bunny rabbit!! (Which was in Gonzo’s official DNA report, right?) I pictured her stumbling more like a drunk on a Friday night and less like an ADORABLE little pit bunny. Thanks for sharing her hops with us!

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