"Where's breakfast, 'ol lady?" They stand there with tails up high and smug looks on their aging faces. I start thinking about some of my old relatives for some reason. I grabbed a coffee first (it is my birthday, after-all) and then dished it out. The dry is always there but they want the smelly stuff in the morning. They will now head for the deck and sleep off the trauma of 'waiting' for breakfast. Like my kids say, "It's like a retirement home for old cats around here" Yep, they got that right.
What a glorious day to have a birthday. My plans were made for the day. Cat-sitting and visiting Helma and then a long walk with Kane. More flower purchasing for the front of the house where I ran into a cat-sitting client/blogger friend. She is waiting for twin grandchildren to be born. WOW! And then dinner out with Gary, John, Brit & Riley at the pub where Ross the waiter says "the usual?" I love that!
It was a nice, relaxing birthday. I didn't have the energy for anything but. I've added flowers to the front entrance and I am happy with that.
One of the cats in my care this week is a gorgeous black beauty named Ebony.
beautiful black cats sitting at our local shelter. Please take a look at their website if you are looking to add a wonderful companion to your family.http://www.lanarkanimals.ca/
Does your cat have hairball issues? Try giving the cat some tonic-lax that will help the hair move through the system and out into the litter-box.
I'll draw tomorrow night for the give-away. You still have time to comment.