It's been a little stressful lately. Annie was spayed and Hugo went off to live once again with my daughter & Mike last night. If you remember, Hugo came to live with us when Jess was sharing a home with someone who became allergic to cats. She was in the midst of re-locating when it was discovered that Hugo had diabetes.
It has been a learning experience for us and we had hoped that he would beat this but he is still on one insulin shot daily and needs to have his blood tested each evening. That is done on the ear. It's tricky but practice makes perfect. Hugo is very patient and as long as he's having his meal he barely notices anything going on. Jess loves him and he loves her so that makes it good. The fact that he is diabetic and now Jess and Mike have to deal with all the stress of managing his diabetes stresses me out a little. I know I will be ok once I am sure they are comfortable with all that goes with it. He will be living with little Ruby. Again, an adjustment there. Lots of change for him. He's such a sweet boy and we want him to be happy. I'll post about him again.
It has been very cold here the last 3 days. I am still putting food down for the ferals but limiting it to dry as everything freezes in minutes. I add a few other food items in the middle of the piles for the raccoons so they won't eat all the cat food. I know they are out there, the cheeky buggars and they have to eat, too.
How are we doing after Annie's spay?
I think this girls' face
says it all.
Audrey would like to *raspberry* the world right now.
She wants to bug her mom and her mom is resting in a quiet room.
I've been ***trying*** to keep her busy and not think of her warm and loving momma. (who ain't so warm and lovin' right now)
She helped me put stuff away today.
and she listened so intently while I talked to her about patience.
She wants no part of it.
She's not listening.
Are you so full of sugar from Christmas that you just can't eat a sweet thing again? I am. It's back to eating well and nourishing this neglected body. You know that s.u.g.a.r is another spelling for 'poison', right?
So I've read.
Cats don't need sugar...they are sweet enough.
"You got that right."
We have 6 cat beds and this box wins hands down every time.
While waiting for the vet to call after Annie's spay, I
cooked up a healthy lunch, no meat.
Can't beat this on a cold, wintry day.