Prancie says. “nobody better burn down my she shed.” *
She even has a chandelier in it.
* She is making fun of the State Farm commercial.
Prancie does have a she shed. Years ago, I had a custom bunk bed made for the cats that has crib sized mattresses. The bottom one has a baby gate on the front of it to keep Prancie in it at night. She has a fluffy blankie, litter box, water, food and toys. We do it for her protection so she won’t climb and get injured at night. Se even has bells on the gate that she rings when she wants to get out. So much for wordless- sorry.
Hi everyone! Thank you all for the birthday wishes yesterday.
Noel’s needle aspirate results came back and they are inconclusive. So I still don’t know if she has cancer or not. I was gone to an appointment when the vet called so my hubby talked to her. I need to call tomorrow to find out if an x-ray would at least show what organ the tumor is coming from and go from there.
My little lush, Emmy, had her cardiologist appointment Monday. Her heart is a little worst than 9 months ago so the cardiologist added another medicine plus 1/2 of a baby aspirin twice a week. I questioned that because I have always read aspirin is bad for cats. He said daily it would be, but that amount is OK twice a week. Emmy is self medicating in the photo. 🙂
Hi everyone! Last week I wrote about two cats needing a home. They are in South Carolina and were pulled from a feral colony. They are not feral, they are very friendly. Transportation can be arranged anywhere along the East coast and any states near South Carolina. The closer, the better as it will be less stressful of a trip. Please put your thinking caps on and help me find a way to save these two cuties. I would adopt them if my hubby would let me. I am currently trying to convince him to let me take in two older males with health issues from South Carolina. Don’t they look sweet?