I hope the same for Merlin. I'd rather see him pass at home, where he is comfortable, the take the scary ride and have to go through the procedure. I have a feeling that he will pass tonight. I hope and pray that he does, because he seems so unfortable the last few hours.
You can do something for Nawty Kitty. I'm on my touchpad and can't do a caption, and am not Cheezefriends (She's not accepting new friends ant this isn't the right time any way.) Memorials are also good.
Thank you. Merlin is also 19. He is hust so spaced out and thin. He wobbles when he walks. He most of the time doesn't seem to know where he is. We've had a lot of years with him and hopes that he can go peacefully.
Oh sweetie, I feel your pain (not literally, no probs with my feet - yet; but I can certainly imagine how uncomfortable that must be!) I might find myself in your *ahem* shoes! I am quite petite (5') and I've lived in high heels since I was, I dunno, like 15 or so. Yikes!
From Sylviag. Several peeps expressed interest in doing an Intweped Avenshur Pup Round Robin. Matt.S was the creator of IAP and has volunteered to start us off with Episode 1 and the title which will be "Where Did All The Avenshurs Go?" Please sign up at KSO if u wish to participate. Same procedural guidelines as last time, except this time at the suggestion of roniharvey, I'll allow the use of comixes for people who wish to not obscure the picture they want to use to illustrate their episode. But no more than 2 panels please and u do not have to use a comix if u don't wish to. I'll post the order list late Wed night. we'll be on the road thus am but I will be checking in from hotels along the way and Betsy is my back-up if needed.
Winter is coming on and I'm just finishing up a painting. What size do you want? That determines the price. 14 x 20 is $250, 8 x 10 $125, 4 x 5 $65. These are cheez fren prices. I'm very detailed oriented. I use acrylic medium on a stretch canvas. Let me know what you want.
You had better get yerself a watermelon, they are good for whatever ails you. When in season I eat about three a week. I don't like them store bought kind, ain't near as sweet as the home grown ones with no pesticides on them. I called you and emailed you. Lub you Y.O.M.
Sometimes it really is a mercy and best when they end their struggle. It's still tough though. I've yet to have to go through that but the time is coming. Heavy sigh...Okay...moving on. How's your Sunday? Did you get a decent night of sleep? We've done our walks and got to meet up with a new Goldie friend. We haven't turned them loose yet in the yard to play but it's bound to happen. They were just about done with their walk when we met and had to move along. Still, little Boston is just a sweet and mellow guy that should be a fine playmate for Miss Becky.
Thanks. I thought you had a couple a few weeks ago, but when I went back to reply I couldn't find them. I'm not liking the website changes yet. Animals and Dogs seem to like me more than Cats. I was stuck in a lengthy jury selection process the last couple of weeks. I wasn't picked, but it was a few weeks of soul searching. Unfortunately when those of us who weren't picked we excused, the judge reminded us that we are under court order to not discuss the case until the jury has rendered a verdict. That may be 12 weeks away. (One of the reasons it took so long was the Labor Day holiday weekend.) It's good to hear from you!
Ohai. I didn't see this before I read your email. There is no problem with the stroller. I can return it with no trouble on my part. (I may have not even picked one you would have liked.) I know kitties can be heavy and awkward to carry. Yours loves getting outside though, and it seemed a shame that it was getting harder for you to do that. I am fortunate that my house has no mortgage. I inherited the home place of my grandparents, actually my great-grandparents. It isn't new but is big and sturdily built, and I have 2.5 acres of land with it. I have my Mom's place next door, too. There is no house, but I also don't have to worry about fussy neighbors who wouldn't like The Herd and their sometimes noisy ways. My car was my Mom's. She's 17 but is a dependable old girl, not much to look at, but then again neither am I! I am low maintenance, as they say. Lately. I have a wonderful Guardian Angel who has helped me with a donation of pet food and a great cat tree for the new furkids. It was like Christmas for me! People who don't have the same feelings for furkids don't understand when I get excited because I get something good for them instead of myself. It's very difficult to explain to them and most never get what I'm trying to convey. I don't waste a lot of time on them either. Sorry, it seems that I've written a sermon. I didn't mean to because I know that you're one who understands. Enjoy talking to Millie and don't fret about the stroller. That is no problem. (The UPS guy might get upset, but he's getting paid. Ha!) Love ya, Linda
Oh hai friend, I am going to answer everything tomorrow in a loooooooong one. I am going to hit the sack shortly. I spent half the night lovin, huggin, kissin, snugglin and talking baby talk to six of the sweetest little kittens you ever did see. They were as you know feral a short time ago, they are now little balls of purr. They purr so hard their little bodies vibrate. I am in love with every one of them and so is my sister. I will explain tomorrow about the widdle one with the leg problem. Lubs you bery much Georgette. Y.O.M