Perch has had many years to perfect the art of door dashing. He’s gotten locked in the bathroom on numerous occasions, and gets out the front and back doors at least a couple of time a year. These escapes are usually short lived as he is nabbed and returned to the house in short order. The key word in that last sentence was “usually.”
A few weeks ago my mom was over, Continue reading “Caturday: Escaperon”
(Professional pets in a closed house. Do not attempt.)
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! That’s me laughing at the naive and foolishness of my Past Self. He thought he could build, stain, and cover a structure the size of Imelda Marcos’ closet (her handkerchief closet, but still) in 48 hours!
Having chosen the “wing it” method of construction I found myself discovering on the fly things I would need to get the job done, or even started. To save you the hassle of discovering all this on your own let me give you a run down of the things you will need.
To build a cattery you will need:
This picture was featured in Katzenworld’s Tummy Rub Tuesday!
I’d been prepared to drive Flick 125 miles north to San Jose to have a veterinary cardiologist take a look at him. But the plan changed.
Spoken words don’t count right?
As I was almost out the door to work yesterday I realized that he hadn’t moved from the spot he’d been sleeping in since at least last night. Getting worried, I picked him up to get him to move around a bit.