So I had an idea for Graham’s Halloween costume. First, I needed a box with a hole in it…
I’m not feeling that great today, so I took a day off from work. Doctor Marsha recommend I move as little as possible.
I hope everyone’s day is healthier than mine.
Hershey has a little spot of color I absolutely adore.
There it is floating in the lake of white on her chest. Continue reading “Heart Spot”
Oct 20, 2013
What happens when your big girl has an injured paw pad she won’t stop licking, and your little guy gets into her yummy beef flavored pain medication and has to be knocked out and have his stomach pumped? You get twice the shame in one house!
It was a quiet Sunday here at S’More Dogs HQ. The most dramatic thing that happened was a change in the weather (from sunny to cloudy and breezy). Then there was a this interaction between Hershey and Eris.
“I believe you’re in my spot.”
“Oh, how sad for you.”
“Yes, it is. It is very sad.”
“I don’t remember inviting you to stay, slobber beast.”
How was everybody else’s weekend?
I often forget how insanely tiny Marsha is physically. Personality wise she’s huge, but she packs it all into a 24 lb. package and it takes reminders like this video from the Blog Paws conference to remind me of that.
And then I’ll forget and have to be reminded again.
Perch recently went to the vet after an illness and as is usual I left the cat carrier in the middle of the living room floor once we were home.
Also, as usual, the cats, started hanging out in it. If it’s taking them somewhere the carrier is, according to the cats Hell On Earth. If it’s just sitting there it’s a Cozy Place to Hang.
At one point, when there was a vacancy, Marsha decided to see what all the fuss was about.
It was kind of a tight fit for her, but she made herself comfortable and hung out for a long while.
Having gotten it out of her system she hasn’t made any repeat stays. Just because you’re nearly cat sized doesn’t mean you have to always imitate them.