Little by little, Fall makes an appearance. I am home today to actually get a few things done around here. I spent some of yesterday with little Gwyn and cared for cats in two homes.
Nail-trimming was at the top of the list around home today. All the animals needed some grooming. I cut everyone's nails every ten days or so. Audrey yells profanities during the procedure but still sits there. Annie, Ed and Sierra hardly take notice. Poor 'ol Lily is the only one that completely dispises getting her nails cut. Unfortunately for her, she has the worst nails as they curl and can easily grow back into her skin. (Yes, that happens if you don't stay on top of it) I have tried many different trimmers and ended up using my own nail trimmer on her. It worked best so now she has her own. I suggest you check with your local pet store to see what is presently the best-selling trimmer.
So, after her traumatic few minutes she was treated to a teeny dish of milk. Her little body tolerates milk and she loves it. She did start out life as a barn cat, afterall. I'm sure she drank cows milk then. Most cats do not tolerate milk well and should only be given water.
She knows exactly which dish is hers. Now all is right with her world.
She is 18 years old now and can drink her bit of milk anywhere she pleases.
My ceramic pumpkin is center-stage on the old step-back cupboard.
and I have to dig up my pumpkin muffin recipe.
That's little Gwyn in the frame. *grin*
I'm looking forward to all your Fall decorating. Now Kane and I are off for a walk as this is his favorite time of year. I'm sure I'll find some 'cats in windows' for you.
There are lots of clients needing care soon for their cats so I will be back to my full-time cat-nanny duties.
Looking forward to seeing lots of my furry feline friends.