Comet - from Sunni's Photo's
My oldest furry friend, Comet, has had such bad allergies this year and she’s never had them before. We had her to the vet for three allergy shots so far and she’s on her second type of allergy pills now. What’s next? I don’t know, but she’s not improving much so far.
We’re a bit worried about all the atomic dust we have blowing around here all the time. This is a result of being downwind from the atomic blasts done in
in the 1950’s. It’s so sad that the hand
of man ruins this beautiful country.
Perhaps that’s a subject for another post. Many people around here die from cancer and
it’s no surprise when you see the sun completely blocked out by flying red dirt
If you’ve ever had a cat, you know how it is to administer a pill to these creatures who think you’re about to kill them. Once they figure out you’re only trying to help, it gets a tad easier, but is still a struggle every time. That’s where the pill-popper comes in. This handy tool was a great find when I had to give one of my boy’s thyroid pills all the time.
This cat struggles to breathe every night, which is especially hard on her, just like humans when the nights are always worse than the days. I have no idea why that is. Last Wednesday she was finally sleeping, but on my side of the bed, so I left her there and slept on the couch that night. What we do for our animals!
Koki - from Sunni's Photo's
However, my new bed on the couch was okay with my youngest one, Koki, because Comet hates her. She can’t come near me if Comet is nearby unless she wants to be attacked, so she promptly curled up on my legs and slept there all night. Of course, all of you can guess how much sleep I got.
On another note, we’ve been clearing things out and attending to repairs around here so we can move come spring. At least the weather has been beautiful the last few days and we’re delighted to see it will be this way all week. I’m trying to suck it up and store it away because the cold is coming, much to my dread.
I’ve also been working on the corrections of my mystery book and making notes for the NANO in case I have a total lapse of good judgment and talk myself into this added stress by participating in it again this year.
Thanks for visiting. Tell me your cat stories, or anything else newsworthy, if you want to share.