Riding the family crazy train!

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Since the ability to observe bizarre human behavior isn’t available I’m drawing from my family. We have a little bit of crazy there. Say what? – My sister-in-law wrote her obituary recently. She’s been involved in a lot of organizations … Continue reading

Sassy cats — The best of Mollie

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Mollie was planned. I went to the shelter to adopt. She had been brought there with her litter. A young boy ahead of me adopted her last kitten. I couldn’t believe my luck. She was beautiful, just under 2 years … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Sweet, sweet Mollie

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This week Mollie entered the wormhole transporting her to the vet’s office. She did  the song of her people. She’s the cat who had a lot of testing done last November but all they came up with was a floppy … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Sasha Moo-stasha, the year in review

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There is a blur of black and white flying around the corner at full speed. It loses its footing and crashes into a wall. It’s Sasha. I swear she’s made of rubber! She’s been here a full year. Seems like … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Move along

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Sunday marks the one year anniversary of Sasha joining the household. We’ll do a year in review next Friday. The cats are “curating” their photos and there is always the “are my whiskers curly here?” or the “does this make … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Stuff we do to make them happy

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Over the years we have made changes to our lifestyle to accommodate our “clowder” of cats. When Jake developed diabetes he needed two shots a day, close to 12 hours apart. Someone needed to be home to do that. Sounds … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Photos and pet chip info

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I have a few pictures to make you smile. We have a catnip kicker toy. The young’uns love it. It’s a straight, fairly stiff catnip-filled stick. The cats grab with the front paws and kick with the back paws. We … Continue reading