Sassy cats — Random notes from exhausted cats

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Hazel is feeling her old chipper self. Sleepy is her natural look.  To treat her recent bout of explosive diarrhea I used pro-pectalin which is an over-the-counter medication. I keep it in the house because that’s Hazel’s preferred way of … Continue reading

Sassy cats — The grays are scrapping

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I was sitting at my computer and the grays were carrying on. The conversation went something like this. Morgan: Human! She’s touching me! Gracie: Am not! Morgan: Are too! You’re sticking your nose in my butt! Gracie: Am not. You backed … Continue reading

Sassy Cats — Peace again

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After two weeks of sickness, Hazel is back to normal. Yesterday was her first medication-free day and she’s loving it. (I’m loving it too. It was never easy. There was always the chase! Under the bed. Around the furniture. Up … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Hazel part 2

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I didn’t know there would be a part 2 but there is. Last week Hazel was at the vet. She’s overweight (no surprise), has arthritis in her hips and back legs (no surprise again) and she got her rabies shot. … Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving to all

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And happy birthday to the beloved husband! We’ve been celebrating the entire month (that’s a family tradition. We have birthday months instead of days). That’s a good thing as this week, with a sick cat, everything is off. Wishing all … Continue reading

Some oddball notes

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This week has not had an auspicious start. I forgot to take out the turkey to defrost. Since it’s a small breast, it should be defrosted by Thursday. If not, there is plan B. There is a whole alphabet of … Continue reading

Random 5 for November 19 – Cats, quirks, food, multitasking, eyeglasses

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Step away from that newsletter! – I received a flyer from the rescue where I adopted one of my one-eyed cats. Midsummer they rescued 12 kittens. Eight of the kittens required the removal of an eye because of severe infections. … Continue reading