She never misses a thing. And every-time I turn around...she's there.
She's interested in everything I do.
She's becoming a kitchen and office cat.
"Hi Deb...did ya miss me?"
and she always checks on her momma. Annie always looks like a sad sack but she's fine and happy, believe me.
After a good, long walk with Kane and then a second one by myself, (yep, doing 2 now a day)
I've been cleaning mostly and planning to move things to the deck.
In between cat-sitting , that is. No new clients this time; all regulars and lots of them.
I got to visit with 3 of my favorite tuxedo cats this morning.
This coming week it's
Tabby's, Tuxedo's & Torti's, OH MY!
And Toady called...he misses me already. I'll be caring for Helma, the German shepherd next week again. She's a magnificent dog, owned by a friend of the retired-guy. He actually sees her more than I do but I do love that dog. But I am Just Cats...she's an exception.
It's a gorgeous day.
I have a question for all my readers. Do any of you live with a FIV positive cat? I would like to hear about your cat's diagnosis and how you care for the cat. Any advise for someone who's cat has been diagnosed with this would be appreciated.