Now with the chi-bebes. These are Tuesday's babies. She was a very healthy chi, until her pregnancy unfortunately, and we almost lost all of them. She's now back on her feet, with 5 healthy babies, that I ended up bottle feeding.... so now... we can't let any go, we've all bonded, and I don't know what I'd do with out them. The three larger pups are doing very well, but the babies, it's on a day to day basis. They are all so precious to us.
Here is Stuffy. Stuffy is a VERY rambunctious pup. He loves to nibbble, and growl, and tug on your clothes. My son named him Stuffy, because he was so fat, he looked like he was stuffed full of something. :0)
Next up is Heart. She's an all around average chi. She shivers, she plays, she cuddles. :0) She's a great all american girl, and the only female in the litter, so she's learned to be tough! Although she looks almost identical to Little Bit, they are in no way kin.
Last but DEFINETELY not least.. Here are Spike and Razor. These two have had a hard time staying on earth. They have made it to 10 weeks now, and I pray they make it a lot longer! My sweet cuddly babies. One is feisty, one just wants you to hold him all the time. They appear to be twins, except for one has a curly tail, and the other a straight one. :0)
Welcome! :wave: You have such a big family of beautiful little chi's and you sound like a truly wonderful Mommy! I'll be praying for Spike and Razor to grow up to be really bouncing healthy chi's too. They are soooo adorable.
I'm so out of sorts this morning. Little Tiny Razor passed over the rainbow bridge in his sleep last night. I don't even know what else to say.. my heart is broken, and all the chi babies sense that, and they are licking me and trying to cheer me up. What in the world would we do without our babies?!