Mort is doing very well. He has blended in with all my grand dogs and loves my grand children. He’s good to all of the children from the ages 3 to 10. He loves the attention that he has been given my one granddaughter, Megan, when she walks in the house. I am chopped liver as he runs to her and adores her. He did very well after all of his surgeries. He is such a gift to this family I think God every day for sending me Mort. I lost my Molly which was my best friend. She was a Boston terrier. My husband died six years ago and it has just been her and I. I have been very lonely without a dog. I have never lived without a dog until Mort came into my life. I am happy again and do not feel alone. Mortis a pleasure. When I look into his deep brown eyes, I can feel the love and I think he does really appreciate where he lives. He lives around Lake Shawano. He had a problem with grass as he wasn’t sure what it was, but now he loves it I feed the ducks and geese. At first, he was not sure what that was but the ducks chased him a little bit and he got smart. He just comes and sits by my side and watches the ducks, they have finally left him alone to wander the yard. I thank you and everybody at the Fox Valley Humane Society for giving him to me so we both can enjoy our last days.