Our liddle waddler is getting bigger by the day. she loves her birthing box. I come home and she is in it every time. So I know that one day I am going to come home and see kittens in it with her. the vet said I can have her fixed when I see the kittens are able to drink from the water bowl. she is also getting a rabies shot when she is fixed. I took MIss Kalie to the vet for her rabies vaccine. my poor girl. she was so nervous she peed in the carrier all over herself. and when we got there she did it akin all over the examining table. Even the vet felt bad for her and gave her a big hug and kiss on her forehead. after he checked her out and gave her the shot, he took her to another room and washed her up. we also cleaned out the carrier and put a dry towel in it for the ride home. oh en kalie weighs 15 lbs even. I have been holding her since we got home. she wants to snuggle. my poor Kalie.
Too true and worst of all Hedda will probably take him back the next time he's in town! Ah, heating pad makes more sense now! I hope no one is actively helping him, that could go on for days, all those poor folks locked in wondering what will happen next! Do you have Target stores in your area? They have a store brand that is comparable to Olay and less expensive....perhaps a little switcheroo next time she runs out.
First of all, I loved the whole concept of Hedda and hope we see more of her over the summer. Secondly, sciatic issues are the WORST!! There have been days that I couldn't even get out of bed! Funny though, cold just makes mine worse. And last but certainly not least, I have been trying to follow Moncton all day and am appalled at what was done. I keep hoping I'll check again and find out he's either been captured or found dead..........
Moncton ... don't even have the words. My step dad was a police officer in St John. Felt close to home and then my brain went "Mexico City is 1000km closer to me than Moncton". Just woke up from overnight shift and they are still in lockdown.