Cathscats wrote: »
He devoted much energy to your amusement!
NOprophet_NØprofit wrote: »
The cat asks what the eff we're doing in HER house all the time. She is 23 so we try to be tolerant. The dog thinks were great. The fish are indifferent. The rabbits in the park are scheming. There were 13 of them having a meeting this morning in the park.
NOprophet_NØprofit wrote: »
... The rabbits in the park are scheming. There were 13 of them having a meeting this morning in the park.
NicoleMR wrote: »
I am very worried about my cat, Sybil. She's quite elderly, we don't know how old because she was a rescue, but my mother got her in 2004 (I took her after my mother died) and she was an adult cat then, so she's a minimum of 17. She was fine until yesterday, but last night she didn't eat well, this morning she threw up, and she's been wrong all day. She doesn't seem interested in eating anything tonight.
Pigwidgeon wrote: »
I was saying to a friend the other day that COVID-19 isn't a plot by Obama, the "fake news," the Democrats, etc. It was all the work of dogs in order to keep their people home all day every day.
North East Quine wrote: »
... If I could get my hands on Big Ginger.....
Did I mention the gravy in my coffee or the plastic cat poo under the dining table?
I don’t think Lyra has an upset stomach or anything - she just needs to be encouraged into calmer habits in the evenings somehow.
I saw a photograph of deserted New York City the other day -- a lone pigeon was standing near an empty park bench. It was probably wondering where the people who drop all their food scraps have gone. This could well reduce the number of pigeons in many cities. (And who will provide food for Pizza Rat?)
Tabbies Rule The World - according to Aroha.
Get well soon Maisie xx
She's loving the extra games, but really misses her doggy friends. We can't let her play with them, either.
Whereas our cats would dearly love the children to be back out of the house so they can snooze wherever they want in peace: our bedroom is currently their sanctuary until bedtime.
Yesterday she snuck out through a window which had been left ajar for fresh air and was ambushed by another cat (we're assuming it was Big Ginger) . She had a nasty bite on her back paw. We sent a photo to the vet and she's now on antibiotics, which meant that we had our first drive outwith the village in a month. The NE Man had to phone from the vet's car park to say he was there, someone came out and left the antibiotics in a box in the car park, he removed them from said box.
Is Elizabeth grateful that we made the effort and spent £60* for this? Is she lapping up the antibiotics? Why, no. No, she isn't.
*The vet thanked us for not querying the bill - apparently some people think they should be paid less for looking at photos, rather than the actual animal.
If I could get my hands on Big Ginger.....