We don’t know how long Enzo will be with us, we have no idea what his lifespan will be.
In the few weeks we have had him, Enzo has grown in confidence – and size!
On his fifth day home, he looked like this:
Nowadays he looks like this!
Enzo has taught me that every moment I have with my loved ones, be it my furkids or my partner…it’s special.
I feel guilty because I take my partner for granted, and sometimes he frustrates me and I snap at him…and I shouldn’t. He’s a wonderful person and he’d give anything to make me happy. I need to try and be as good to him as he is to me.
With Enzo, we’re trying to make all his moments magical.
He’s got everything he needs in terms of shelter and food, but he also has a ton of toys, both bought and home made. More than that though, we try and spend as much time as possible with him, and fill him with as much love as we can.
I take over a dozen photos of Enzo a day, because one thing my important pets as a teenager taught me, is that you’ll regret it so much if you don’t take photos to remember them by.
Here are some of my favourite Enzo photos from the last few days…
If you love someone, treasure them 🙂 ❤
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I tried to get some photos to show Enzo’s pectus, but it’s incredibly hard to photograph.
I don’t know if it’s the angle, or Enzo’s fur colour (it’s hard to snap pics of dark animals!) but the indentation really doesn’t show up in pics.
The best I could do is show you how far down Enzo’s ribs go compared to the dint, and then take another photo showing how deep the dent is: