I know that some of you are thinking of the number of times I hit the snooze button in the morning, but no. I am a morning person and getting up, even though I’m exhausted is something my body is geared to do (staying awake is another matter).
I’m talking about the head count of our cats.
We lost one at Christmas and nearly lost 2 others in the months since. And the first sign that something was wrong–the cats stopped eating.
So, I am a bit paranoid about making sure the cats are visible in the morning when they are fed.
Lately, our one mini-panther has taken to hiding in the morning. Which leaves me calling his name while searching. Eventually, I give up because I know that after walking the dog, he’ll be out looking for treats.
I’m not sure who has who trained, but as long as he shows up, we’re good.
Until next time.
We have two large ten year old male cats. Ernest is healthy and spry. William has diabetes and I give him insulin injections and worry about him all the time. Right now he is doing well despite his challenges.