Tuesday, May 05, 2009
You may remember that when we first got Cooper, he had little hair on his belly and his skin was black and rough. I can no longer see Cooper's skin, since his belly hair is now long and thick.
Last night while brushing Coop, I thought I should check his skin. When I pulled back his fur, there it was, a PINK belly. To be honest, the skin is about 90% pink. There are still some gray spots.
Dr. Duffy says Coop's skin is a reflection of his health, so a pink belly tells me that Cooper is recovering from his past neglect.