All our cats are curled up in their beds sleeping away the cold, rainy day. Annie and Audrey eat on the second floor where they also have a room where they sleep and I keep their boxes in there, separate from the others. I kept Audrey close by today and I do see some improvement in 36 hours. Annie is improving too but Audrey is my biggest concern. Her health seemed more in jeopardy.
I received an email today form Natalie at Knatolee's World http://knatolee.blogspot.com/ asking if a fella by the name of Dutch had been a resident of the Lanark Animal Welfare Society, our local animal shelter. A friend of hers had adopted him and Natalie was pretty sure that he came from the area.
Sure enough, I knew this guy very well from my frequent visits to the shelter. He is one of those big teddy-bear cats (18 pounds of love) that you instantly fall in love with. I was so thrilled to see that he had been adopted and now is living with a loving family. The shelter is full of kittens right now and it is hard for the older cats to be noticed. The news on Dutch filled me with joy. "Good for you, Dutch. You deserve to have a happy, long and love-filled life."
Still playing around with Riley's surprise train under our table tree. She loves to ham it up in front of the camera now. She's our little 'Shirley Temple'.
A little video accompanied by annoying humming. "Sorry"