Happy 12th Birthday Mickey

Time sure does fly, and not only when your having fun. I can’t believe that Mickey turns 12 years old today. A faithful and loving companion and friend. Here are a few pics from the day we went to pick him up and from this morning. We are both a little whiter.

They always say: “Don’t take the runt of the litter. They are the sickest and always a problem.” He was the last one available. When we went into the room, he was hiding in the corner behind the food tray. He got sick on the way home and has had his share of illnesses. A few years ago, he was diagnosed with indolent lymphoma. He goes to Tuft’s for checkups every three months and they can’t believe how well he’s doing. Mickey gets a blessing every night before we go to sleep. Just like me, he’s in God’s hands.

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Fr. Jay Finelli with Mickey

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What will the future hold for the new pup?

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We’ve come a long way puppy!

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About Fr. Jay Finelli

Father Jay Finelli is a priest of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence in the state of Rhode Island. He is a webmaster, podcaster, and blogger. In his free time, Father is an avid Live Steam enthusiast.

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Happy 12th Birthday Mickey — 4 Comments

  1. Mickey is so adorable and has been such a joy to you and to your parents as well.” Happy Birthday Mickey. You’re not getting older, you’re getting better. Continued good health.”

  2. Yuma was my first dog. She was a Golden, too. She died in 2011, when she was almost 14 years old.

    Thank you for this post. I remember you sharing the news about Mickey’s illness several years ago. I am very happy for you that Mickey is still around. Enjoy your time with him! We all tend to forget what we have. I wish him to have more years together with you!

    Give the old man a hug from me!

    Greetings from Germany!

  3. Happy Mickey Mickey! What a beautiful dog you have Father Jay and a great friend. Wishing you both many more years of joy.

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