I hope you all enjoyed your New Year's celebrations. It was a no-fuss New Year's Eve for us. It was our choice to be home and just enjoy the quiet evening. My choice of drink was Kaluha and cream.
I cared for a total of 10 kitty-clients during the day. It has certainly slowed down but I am bushed. I don't get tired from cat-sitting but this was a particularly busy season. The loss of Cali and the worry over Lily, on top of the business, has taken its' toll.
Lily is improving each day. Yesterday she ate on her own without any coaxing for the first time in 4 days. I felt such relief when she took that first bite. I stayed very quiet, not moving a muscle, and watched so not to take her interest from her food. I'd have to say, for Lily, she ate with 'gusto'.
Last night she joined in to share a plate of salmon that I placed on the floor in the evening.
It was wonderful to see that.
She also left her spot at the wood-stove to rest on top of the couch.
This is so good as I am not ready to let her go. Nope, not my Lily. I need her to stay awhile longer.
Here's a photo of her taken last night and turned into a cartoon photo.
The retired-guy can do this with his phone.
LilyI found her joining the others early this morning. Still weak but doing so much better.