Just look at how little she is, though! This is our coffee table she's sitting under, which isn't any higher than other coffee tables. She's just minuscule. Fiona is especially entranced with her. When Luna is napping, Fiona will just lie down next to her and stare at her, occasionally looking up at me and whispering, "When will she wake up?" Like all animals everywhere, Luna adores Lachlann. I don't know what it is about Lach, but Luna just loves to climb all over him and lick him like crazy.
This is how Luna sleeps. Look at that puppy belly! She always chooses to snuggle up to a stuffed animal (provided a human is not available). Speaking of bellies, I called and pushed up her first vet visit because her belly was pretty distended, while she's practically skin-and-bones elsewhere. She's also fond of rubbing her butt on the grass, so I suspected worms.
Anyway, back to Luna. He checked her out and agreed that her belly looked wormy. However, the test came back negative, so he decided to do a quick scan, free of charge, just to make sure it wasn't fluid in her belly. When he came back, he said it was 'all stomach' and nothing to worry about, that she'd grow out of it - or into it? I dunno. But he gave us de-worming medication to be on the safe side, especially now that she's not one of fourteen puppies, eating each other's poop. Ick.