My Christmas cards are bought (that's right..I'm not the craftiest) and a few presents are safely packed away. I'm thinking Christmas everyday now and like to get started as early as I can without seeming like a complete nut-case, which I am, over Christmas.
The stores are playing Christmas music and lots of people are getting angry.
One of our stores, Shopper's Drugmart, had so many complaints that they took out the Christmas tape and announced on the radio that they will not play Christmas tunes until December.
I think they did that just to get publicity for their store. Crafty little devils!
on to cats...
Annie came to me over a year ago from our local animal shelter with her three babes and a terrible bacterial infection.
You can see how thin she was here. She needed a lot of tender-lovin' care.
Not a great start for this young mother cat who was only over a year of age herself.
She is now spayed and healthier but I still do have some concerns. Mostly, this eye thingy.
Here is a photo of her and Audrey last winter. The cluster was quite large even then.
I've been busy rounding up keys for the up-coming weekend for cat-sitting. Most of my regulars leave keys with me but new clients have keys ready for me during our first introductory meeting.
I met Boo this week, learned about her daily care and saw that she is shy with strangers. I'll have to step lightly around her and have fresh carrots on hand. You see, Boo is a little black bunny and I also care for them.
Have you had your tea today?
While he snoozes I will show you my sweet, teenie dutch tea-cup that I found in a thrift shop.
Anyone for 1/2 a cup of tea?