The most unusual change was Samba. She was disturbed by the noise and stayed close to me. Every time I tried to take her outside, someone would shoot another round and she'd run for the door, trembling. We finally got her to go outside at 2 AM.
Meanwhile the stray dog was sleeping in a crate in the garage and we didn't hear a peep from him. Thursday morning we took him to the vet clinic to check for a microchip. As expected, there was none. We left him there while we paid a visit to the Humane Society shelter.
Then we drove around the neighborhood looking for 'Lost Dog' posters on posts.
I had posted his picture online, but had no responses.
OK, you knew it was coming, right?
Sebastian had an exam this morning. He's in great condition, except that he needs to gain a little weight and his paws are red and irritated, probably burns from the hot pavement. His heart worm test was negative. He was given his vaccines and had a microchip implanted. On Monday morning he'll be losing a couple of unnecessary body parts and on Monday afternoon he'll be heading to his new home....here with us.