The last two years haven’t been the best, but glad to still be here, still fostering, doing a little pet therapy. Glad to have all of you who hang with us along for the ride, too. Gracie (and Bodhi, the cats, and the foster kittens) join me in wishing those of you who celebrate it…Read more »
As the Christmas season approached, Gracie and I did a lot of pet therapy visits. Some of the visits were our regularly scheduled ones, and others were ones we took as substitutes for other teams that had commitments elsewhere. We ended up doing five visits in the seven days before Christmas Day, which is a…Read more »
Last year this time, Gracie was just around 6 months, and she was generally in her playpen if she wasn’t being supervised. The Christmas tree was safe from her antics. A year later, and it is the Christmas tree that gets the playpen. Gracie still thinks that everything needs to go in her mouth, and…Read more »
Merry Christmas, friends! For those of you celebrating today, may it be a day full of joy and blessings.
Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate this day! My first Christmas present was a lack of snow overnight, making morning pet sitting on Christmas Day no problem at all. Great gift. But my husband also knows me far too well and got me another wonderful present. Too true…or at least true that I…Read more »
For those who celebrate Christmas, my wishes for a blessed and joyful one. For those of you who are pet sitters who celebrate Christmas, may you have a day filled with sweet animals and not a single emergency!! (Had to include at least one dog photo! Butterscotch, several years ago, with Santa.)
Our resident Scrooge kitty, (Stripe) says: “Bah humbug to you all!” Guess she hasn’t met the ghosts of Christmas past, present, or future yet. But the more gracious in our group wishes you all a Merry Christmas, as do I. (“Was Santa already here? Did he leave his cap? Is there catnip in it?) (“Are…Read more »
Merry Christmas from our home to yours! May your holiday be whatever you want a holiday to be, and may 2014 be full of wonderful surprises. My Christmas present, for those of you following Annie’s story, is that she has finally started pooping without assistance. After a month of care, and the prospect of having…Read more »