All of a sudden, I feel him begin to twitch and jerk.
I watch him in amusement and I realize that he is dreaming. His twitches and jerks become more frequent, and he starts to make little sounds.
Tipsy has also made it a habit to play with our cat, Toppy.
Sometimes, Tipsy plays with and pours out the cat’s water, something that always leaves the cat giving him a vicious glare.
Tipsy also likes the chipping sound made by the birds that reside on the trees in our compound.
Whenever Tipsy hears these sounds, he raises his ears and points them towards the direction where the chirping sound is originating.I actually came across Tipsy while he was still a puppy. Tipsy can actually spend whole afternoons chewing bones because he loves them so much.It appears his owner had abandoned him on the road. Whenever Tipsy is worried, he looks at us with desperate eyes that appear like he is sad.I pick him up, knowing that after a long day alone, he's dying to be handled.I hold him in my arms as if he were my child, and he immediately begins to almost vibrate.He does so while wagging his tail from one side to the other.Whenever we see him exhibiting these signs, we immediately prepare him a quick meal and some bones for him to eat.I wonder if he is having a nightmare, if I should wake him up or just leave him alone.I leave him alone and he becomes that cute, little stuffed animal again. Even though Tipsy has a very strong body frame, he has a very gentle face and is always a friendly dog to those whom he knows.If a stranger approaches out house, however, Tipsy can get very aggressive.