|These are the stairs we tried to avoid carrying Luna up and down when she was injured.|
|"I'll just camp here for the night."|
After a few moments rest it was obvious that Symphony was planning to camp out on the landing indefinitely. During this time Luna was running up and down the second half of the stairs as if to say, "That's as far as you can go? Look how much more I can do!" Show off. I eventually got Symphony back on her feet and waited to see which direction she wanted to go, up or down.
She choose up (I think to follow Luna) which meant a little more pushing and moving her paws, but this time she did most of it on her own. By the time she reached the top you'd have thought she just finished climbing Mt. Everest. There was a whole lot of panting, but she looked pleased with herself.
In a few moments we had a bed set up for her in our room (to Luna's displeasure) and had Symphony settled in for the night. Unfortunately, with her e-collar and metal tags on her regular collar, she made way too much noise every time she got up during the night. We were startled awake over and over again. Last night, despite Symphony's protests, she spent the night in the crate downstairs. We'll bring her back up at night at the end of the week when she no longer has to wear the e-collar.
|All tucked in wearing her e-collar.|
|"You said I wouldn't have to share my room."|