Thursday, February 25, 2010

Introducing my new pal Truffle

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The other evening, one of the humans I live with told me that on their way home from work they saw a bear sat in the street in the rain.

Naturally I asked them why they hadn't brought him home with them, but they explained that he might have belonged to another family, who could have been looking for him, and the best thing to do was to leave him where they might find him.

However, two days later he was still there, soaked through with rain and shivering in the cold. Naturally I insisted that they invite him to come and live with us.

He was very nervous at first, and unsure of his new surroundings. We wrapped him in a towel and sat him next to a radiator to dry. Though very shy, he eventually told us that his name was Truffle.

Here I am asking if there is anything I can do to make him more comfortable:
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He asked for a nice hot cup of coffee, so I immediately went and made him one. Actually, I'm not allowed to use the kettle, so I instructed one of my humans to make a cup for him. Here he is enjoying it, and starting to come to terms with his new home:
.He is beginning to settle in now, and we have become very good friends.
.However, he's still very nervous and unsure of himself, so I wonder if you could all do me a favour.
Could all my bear and human friends leave a message to say hello to Truffle, and saying that you are looking forward to getting to know him?
I'm sure that if he sees how pleased you all are to see him it will give him all the confidence he needs.
Thanks to you all!
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And don't forget... Coming soon... Watch this space for the first exciting adventure of:
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6 comments:

Mack and Sally Ann said...

Truffle,
You are most welcome and quite cute.
Sally Ann

Marlowe said...

Greetings, Truffle! You have been rescued by a very caring and responsible family! You will love it with Orso!

Bumpkin Bears said...

awww darling Truffles, you have found a wonderfully safe and loving home. You have a great new best buddy in Orso. You are a gorgeous Bear, I am so glad you were rescued and brought in the warm, I too could not possibly have left you out in the cold. You could see lots of Bears over at my Blog, we visited a Bear Fair, this might cheer you up. Hugs, Catherine and my Bears xx

Truffle said...

Thank you for your kindness and support. I am starting to settle in very happily now.

Truffle

The Teddy Bear Family said...

The head of our hug, Axlerod, is a stuffed bassett hound of the scientific nature. He has always been interested in finding out where Stuffies come from before adoption, unfortunately, we tend to forget quickly.

Truffle, since you've been so recently adopted, maybe you remember life pre-adoption still. If'n you still remember, would you tell us on your blog, or send it to us, and we'll post it on ours. Either way is fine, and Axlerod will be most exciteded.

And, looking forward to your detctive story, Mr. Orso.

Found art blog said...

hello Truffle!!!!! Hope you're dry and warm!! Orso's fun, isn't he?!