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Updated: Mar 3, 2022

Otis is 8 months old now. He has grown massively in these 6 months and is a much loved member of my family. He is a gorgeous bundle of mischievous energy, just like all pups, but at the centre is a very calm and gentle soul who loves being a clown.

He adores his sister, following her everywhere and studying all her moves very closely. He adores all those he meets: be they 2 or 4-legged, and will immediately demand to be loved and petted.

He licks his nose and makes a ‘slapping’ noise with his tongue, he goes into a deep sleep and starts to cry out and whimper; tail wagging furiously and paws twitching along with his whiskers.

He demands to be petted and have his back scratched and tummy tickled by hitting you with his paw and flops down next to you sooo close it’s as if he’s trying to crawl under your skin.

He’s a real fidget-arse; unable to stay still for more than 5 seconds until he falls asleep. He goes onto his hind legs and flails his front paws out in front EXACTLY like a bear and then collapses onto the floor, back legs out to the sides like a frog.

Every day is an adventure, never knowing what will happen, who he will encounter and what new things he will learn.

He is super intelligent and sensitive, cheeky and boisterous with a penchant for biting. He greets life at break-neck speed and is sooo eager to experience everything, pulling on his lead in eager anticipation of what is ahead.

He is challenging, sometimes naughty and suffers from selective hearing but I wouldn’t change a thing and cannot imagine our lives without him (although I suspect his sister sometimes can 🥴🤣).

Otis, you are extremely loved and long may you continue to share your special talents with me ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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