My Sultan is a royal little beast For Sonal Gaware & her family, it was love at first sight with the little pup who they adopted from an animal camp This bundle of joy came into my life on November 27, 2017 and I wanted a royal name for himâ€¦ hence I named him Sultan. I adopted Sultan from an adoption camp held at Bandra. As soon as I saw him, he stole my heart! Mischievous to the core, all my family members fell in love with him instantly. Sultan was hardly a month old when we adopted him and we took care of him like a child. My mom, dad and my brothers all helped me groom him into a royal pampered but very smart dog and now he is an integral part of my family and we all love him to bits! All the children in my building and surrounding area love him. When I take him for walks, people always ask me "what breed?" I proudly say â€œMy Sultan is pure desi, just like you and me.â€ In fact, he looks like a beagle, and may be too, but when I adopted him, I did not ask his breed, but just the fact that he was the â€˜chosen oneâ€™ for my family, thus he is now with us! His name suggests royalty and so are his habits. He needs his own pillow and blanket and a place next to me on the bed or else he wonâ€™t sleep. My father used to feed him dates, he loved those â€“ again true to his name â€” king of desert, fruit of desert! He is very protective of my family members and does not leave my momâ€™s side when she is alone at home. He hates when someone sits next to me. Though he does not bite, he makes sure he will sit next to me. He is king of his own world but needs loads of attention. Sweets are his weakness but because the vet has asked me to reduce his weight, he is refused sweetsâ€”my poor baby! By the way, Sultan loves girls more than guysâ€”total Casanova as he loves attention from female population. He is also fond of sleeping and hates to be woken up before he wants to. Chicken and roti are relished by him. My Sultan is a royal little beast who likes a lavish feast!