Thanks to some fundraising and two gifts from Secret Santa's, Gus got his new Bachelor Pad just in time for Christmas and he loves it! He is now safe in his little area right by the house and has direct access to the patio where he careers about on his wonky legs like the loony puppy he is. He is now monitored 24/7 via CCTV so if he has any seizures he is safe and has different textures on the ground so that he gets different feedback through his pads which will helps his co-ordination.
You can read his back story and the reason for the new house here Gus Gives Us A Scare
Since his arrival he has flatly refused to use his bed, preferring straw on the floor but Joy has been giving him lessons on how comfy a bed can be and he's now got the gist of it and as you can see....he is learning to love it. I think he also has Joy wrapped around his paw!
So he wanted to say Thank You! to everyone who donated for his new house and sent him food from the WISHLIST he is now snug as a bug in a rug and twice as happy, sleeping peacefully tonight, waiting for Santa Paws, wrapped in the safety and love of the Sanctuary.
Merry Christmas, wonky boy....we love you so xxxxx
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