Well, the temperature has plummeted and we are heading into a deep-freeze again. It took an extra tug to open the car door tonight before leaving to feed the ferals. I put dry down, canned on top and then covered it with lots of dry again, in a covered area, out of the wind . This will keep the soft food insulated for awhile but not for long. I call them before getting back in the car but I'm not really sure if that brings them out. It's a big guessing game as they can be anywhere.
I have two homes where I am caring for cats this weekend. Both are single cats that need a lot of attention and I'm glad I have the extra time for them.
Auntie Jess and Riley
The family were here for breakfast. It's always so nice to have them all home together. After the last of the coffee was drunk and the company left, I gathered up the items Riley likes to place here and there. I always find small things in odd places after she leaves. She's a real little re-arranger.
She told me this morning, "Nan, I love your cupboards." Now, she doesn't really mean the actual 'cupboards'; what she means is what she finds inside these cupboards. After saying that, she opened her fist and showed me the chocolates that she found in a container, in the cupboard, that just happened to be eye level for an almost three year old treasure hunter. She cracks me up.
Bradley is so cute now as he notices everything going on around him.
Gramps is showing him a fish in a plastic bubble.
He'll be four months old soon.
Bets are on he ends up with curls.
The weather report for the coming week is very cold and it will be hovering around -15.
We are in the bleak mid-winter.