The other day I realized that I haven’t said a lot about Annie lately, and that’s because there isn’t a lot to say, which is good news. The best news, however, is that she is no longer on any medications for colon issues. Her body can do all it needs to do without any assistance…Read more »
She probably doesn’t think she was in the right place at the right time, but she was. We’re in the midst of one of our trap/neuter/return (TNR) weeks and last night one of the transporters brought in a young black cat in a trap, that we now know to be female. As I took the…Read more »
Spring flowers are totally off-topic for this blog, but I had to try to capture some of them before they disappear. We waited through a long winter for the pretty colors and flowers, and I can’t let them pass unappreciated.
For whatever reason, my husband likes to collect golf balls that he finds while out walking dogs. He brings them home and dumps them next to our front porch. Looking at them this morning, I couldn’t help but notice their resemblance to (very badly) hidden Easter eggs. This would be the golf ball Easter egg…Read more »
It is such a gorgeous day today, and we had a nice long break from pet sitting duties in the middle of the day, so off to the fields we went with the dogs. How can you not enjoy watching your dogs run like lunatics and take a dip in the creek? …Read more »
Sometimes pet sitting is just a pure joy, and there are few dogs as joyful and affectionate as Goldens. They are grateful for every ounce of attention you send their way, endlessly happy. Can you tell that I’m having a wonderful time with this lovely girl??? “Golden retrievers are not bred to be…Read more »
Most of the time, when I have to have The Conversation with a client it’s tough, and tears are not unusual. Yesterday, The Conversation took a…shall we say…unexpected turn. A client is going out of the country for a week with her kids, and their hamster is very old in hamster years. Old as in…Read more »