I take it as a compliment. People consult me all the time, especially about their cats and occasionally dogs, wondering if I can tell them what ails the critter in question. Or whether there is something they can give – holistic, herbal, OTC stuff, whatever – that will solve the problem they’ve self-diagnosed their pet…Read more »
We’ve gotten an early start on the trapping season this year. The winter was so warm that the female cats were in heat in January…very unusual for these parts. Kitten season will no doubt start early too. We trapped our first cats a few weeks ago, and are getting ready for another clinic this coming…Read more »
I’ve been doing a little studying up on pet photography, and was reading about the angle from which you shoot – from the pet’s eye level, from above, from below, so thought I would experiment a little. Here’s Bodhi from three different angles.
This is our first winter with Bodhi, and today was the first real snow we’ve had. Bodhi is overjoyed! Who knew we had a snow dog? He’s like a six-month old out there, even though he’s around five. He’s had a banner week, running in the fields with the bells, and now the snow. And…Read more »
It was both a sad and a happy day today. Vanessa was accepted at the Helen O. Krause Animal Foundation, into their special needs room for cats, where she can continue to recover. Today we took her over to continue on to the next stage of her journey, one that hopefully ends with her getting…Read more »
One of the most difficult things to arrange for Bodhi is serious exercise. He gets four walks a day, and that’s great, but he’s only 4 1/2 or 5, and dogs that age want to RUN, and running is a problem for a blind dog. We don’t have a fenced yard, and even if we…Read more »
Some of you may be wondering how Vanessa is doing. (And, if you’re not, just skip this post!) She’s doing very well, thankfully. She is still wobbly, but she can stand on her back legs and put her front legs up on things. She can’t seem to hop up on anything, but she did use…Read more »