Or perhaps a Birman? Either way, a most beautiful kitty!
What was the op for?
Hope the recovery goes fully!
Thanks, Debs. It’s nowt serious: spay, unblocking a tear duct, and clipping 18 needle-like claws!
She was “high as a kite” yesterday, but quieter today.
Keeping her as “restful” as one can with a seven month old Burmese kitten — “Burmese, the cats who like to party”. And does she like to party!
Hoping all is well soon
However, Pixie would like to point out that Dad’s shoulder is, in fact, HER spot.
And she was here first!
Edda, surveying the grounds with ideas for the drawing-broad plans.
I’m going to be busy landscaping later this year…
Following some argy bargy with another dog we are getting Lyra used to wearing a muzzle. Not all the time, but when we know she will be close to other dogs we do not know.
German Shepherd dogs tend to get blamed even when they are provoked.
She doesn’t look particularly impressed…
She tolerates it quite well, but perhaps that is down to the treats she gets every 15 seconds or so!
Poor Lyra! How unfair on her is that!
We love meeting German shepherds when we are out on the local heathland where regulars walk their dogs. But that reaction is helped by the fact that my wife’s parents had a German shepherd dog from when she was a teenager and I got to know her too when my wife and I got together.
It would be nice to see a photo of Lyra without her muzzle, please?
I do have jobs that need to be started.
Yeah,yeah we’ll get round to them shortly. Dreams to be dreamed.
You are still getting your house invader then ?