They bring love, laughter, and smiles every day.
My sweet furbabies turn 10 today!
It’s been over a month since I shared what’s up with my two furbabies. I absolutely can not get a look in Tyler’s mouth but it seems his removed tooth bothers him more than the FLORs tooth. Not like he’s not eating or anything that extreme but he sure does more with his tongue. The extraction didn’t change his jaw popping at the end of a yawn. In the photo above he’s doing his face plant pose. If it was new with his tooth I’d be worried but he’s been doing face plants since he was a kitten. Drooling when happy too.
Trinity is doing great except for sneezing a lot with her spring allergies. I just keep out water for added humidity, add Lysine to her food, clean her nose and eyes and give omega oil. In the one pic above you can see she prefers to see the world upside down even if she doesn’t love a belly rub like her brother. The other one is caught mid-yawn or sneeze. I love that nose crinkle.
I love the peacefulness and quite a good snow brings. I like it even more, when it warms up quickly afterward so it doesn’t hang around a long time. Continue reading
Wishing you all a blessed Christmas and happy new year. ~ The Maxwell family.
Tyler & Trinity don’t like sounds, and they don’t like change. I actually don’t know any other cats that are as scared of sounds as they have been their entire lives.
I planned the move to the new house as best I could. We moved most everything the day before and only had our bed and the litter boxes to move that morning. After that was done, we went back to get the furbabies. From the moment we left our old house the worrisome cries began. I thought it’d be best to start in the laundry room where their litter boxes would be so they had a smaller area to get used to before increasing it to the main house, with plans later to open individual room doors.
My plan was a bust.
Hubby thought it was because the laundry had tile floors like the veterinarian’s office. They both dove into the bed together and continued to fear for their life.
Our internet has been off more than it’s been on lately so this is going to be short so maybe it will make it online while we have a connection.
Last week we celebrated Trinity and Tyler’s 9 year adoption anniversary. I am looking forward to finishing our new home so we can all just stay inside rest and cuddle for a bit. I’ve missed my two as we’ve been working extremely long days. They are both doing well. Praise the Lord we’ve not seen a seizure out of Trinity in over a year and I finally made myself put away the netcams watching her. I haven’t quite been able to do that with all the pillows yet under everywhere “up” she lays. Tyler is the most addictive personality I’ve ever seen. He starts something and does it without fail for months until a new thing comes along. I’m really wondering how they’ll handle the move.
My book, You Had Me at Meow Considerations Before Adopting Your Cat, has now been out one year. I appreciate all of you who’ve spread the word, purchased or left a positive review of any of my books.
I’ve been so busy on the house that I’ve not taken new clients for covers or product photography. Heck I can’t find the time to keep up with daily things right now. I am aiming for the July – my more realistic husband thinks it will be August. I’m still trying to sell 1000 sq feet of items but just this week I was measuring for a floor outlet and geez our stuff is going to be crowded and since I designed it, I can’t blame anyone but myself. It was easier to accumulate stuff than to downsize.
Well that’s it for now. Just wanted to touch base (while we have internet) and share our two anniversaries with you all. ~