Well, here's our little Gwyneth enjoying her bath-time.
(Photo courtesy of her daddy.)
She's 14 pounds now and heading into her fifth month. No teeth yet but soon, I'm sure.
So, I'm still hobbling around but each day I am straighter. ha! I know you are picturing this.
You are all so nice with your good wishes. Thank you for that. The retired-guy has been cooking up a storm and 'serving' me my meals. I could really get used to this. ;-)
But I needed to get out today so I managed to head up to Almonte to drop into the antique shop just for a look-see and I needed to 'hunt' a bit. I didn't last long but came home with this little treasure.
On the way home I dropped by the warehouse to feed the ferals. It was blowing and snowing. I left plenty of dry and soft food under a secure cover. It will stay nice and dry for them. It is going down below freezing tomorrow so hopefully they can fill up tonight. In order to keep the soft food from freezing I put it on top of some dry and then cover the moist food with a pile of more dry. That will keep it insulated a little longer.
I wanted to show you what is left of the oranges I put out this morning for our pesky squirrels.
http://linda-keaveney.blogspot.ca/ this photo is for you. :) I think Red would love an orange. ;-)
"Have you dropped by to meet Linda? Do so as she is a great photographer and her blog is lots of fun.
Did you know...
Winter can present special health risks to cats. The antifreeze we use in our cars, if ingested, can be lethal. Cats are attracted to it's sweet taste and can die from sampling it. It can immediately put them into renal failure if ingested. Renal failure is a progressive and irreversible deterioration of kidney function. So, if you use antifreeze, please keep it stored up high and safely away from your cats and any outdoor cats as well. If there is spillage in your drive-way it needs to be cleaned up immediately.
Winter ice salt can create similar risks with your cats. If your cat is an outdoor cat, it will lick its' paws after being outside and ice salt can cause severe internal problems. If your cat must wander outside you should wash its' paws when it returns home.
Have a great day.