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 — 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 — Shades of gray edition

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Three of my cats are grey, two solid and one tabby. Mollie is a tortie with bits of gray but mostly black, orange and white. Here are some of my favorite greys. Question to bloggers: I have been having issues … Continue reading

Sassy cats — The holy grail

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In this house, it’s the dining room table. Despite it’s hard surface, it’s the place to be. All shiny and usually clean. So elegant! And the humans get so excited to see us there. They used to flap their arms … Continue reading

Sassy cats — More synchronized watching

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Gracie may be the new kid in the house but she can hold her own with the larger, tenured cats. Here she is clearly pushing Hazel out-of-the-way to get a good look at a chipmunk that was mocking them both. … Continue reading

Sassy cats – Updates from the crew

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Morgan – “I sniffed out another mouse this week! I would have caught it but Gracie was IN-DA-WAY. Even Kate didn’t get it on the first try. I kept an eye out though and we caught it a little later. … Continue reading

Sassy cats — Mouse-ka-teer edition

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Another invasion this week. Morgan was on it. She spent the better part of two days in the basement, coming up only to eat. The beloved husband saw the mouse this time. I wasn’t worried. Mice don’t last in a … Continue reading