My grandparents rescued Tiny from the RSPCA several years ago at that stage he was believed to be about 14 years old. He would be now getting to about 18 or 19 years old. We inherited Tiny when my grandparents moved into a retirement village which does not allow pets last August. Tiny is very protective of my grandfather and would bite you if you pattied him. Since we have had him he has learnt not to bite or snip at us and I know that if my nieces pat him, he wont have a go at them. He does not bark or yap as a rule which is lovely and spends the majority of the day following the sun around the yard and sun bakes

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