I know what you mean. Miss Willow decided she would not come in from the
garage last night, and is was pretty cold. She has been sleeping right
under Sadie Dog and last night I could not get that dog to settle no matter
what I did. I finally put water, food and a wooden box with a blanket out
and sent her out with Willow. Two hours later, she wanted in but Willow
didn't. So, in came Sadie cold as all get out and Willow stayed until Miz
Piglet went after her this morning. I heard a howl and they both came in.
I found a wet spot on Willows ear so assume Pig took charge of the situation
and convinced Willow to get in where it was warm. Took the poor thing three
hours to warm up. Needless to say, she hasn't been near the door all
> I just dropped Brother and Sister at the vet's, for their surgery
> The place is quiet. No thumpety bumpety klump of small wildebeests
> thundering down the hall, no trying to keep wild hyenas from stealing
> supper as it cooks, no furtive glances out of the corner of my eye to see
> if I am being stalked by ravenous lions.
> No drive by cuddles or stealth purrs, and I know the bed will be just a
> little less warm while they are gone.
> I miss the little bratlings already.
> Hugs and Purrs,
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