Our mom's daughter and her husband took their oldest cat, Cabernet, age 17, to the vet on the 15th and learned he was in acute renal failure. They opted for him to go to The Bridge instead of continuing to fail so rapidly on his own.
We'll all miss you, Cabbie. Such a beautiful and loving guy.
We are very sad because our mom has been away from home since mid-June. Her girl has told us why, but we still miss her something fierce! Grace thinks she's stuck here with her two boys, but we all love it when mom's girl comes to feed us and play with us and just keep us company.
Her girl told us that our mom's mom had fallen and broken a very important bone. Our mom has been staying at her brother's while they make the arrangements needed for mom's mom's care and where she will live.
Here are some photos of all of us ... while we wait for our mom to get back home.
So ... we're just waiting ... trying to be patient! But we're being very well cared for by mom's girl!!
We usually forget our blogoversary! Why? Well, because the blog was begun by our precious Aunties ML and Deb when Momma Grace and her babies still needed forever homes! Here's a link to the second post ... which was the first post with photos!
Ruse has been showing curiosity about the inside of the car (and one day, the inside of the trunk!), so this morning I opened the door to see how far inside he and Audace would wander. They were in there a good half hour. Made me laugh!!
Ruse, after inspecting the back seat
Ruse, sitting pretty ... and very proud of himself!
More inspecting ...
Audace, checking out the side of the front passenger seat ... silly!
Audace, after inspecting the footwells of the back seats. There must be some REALLY good stuff back there, as it took him a while!
I can see, though, that I'll have to be really careful about driving into the garage. Since they now show no fear of the car, I'm afraid for them. I guess I'll have to park outside, then feed them, then pull into the garage while they're busy eating!!