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Great news! Biff the buff will have a loving home as of Friday! He will need to be checked out thoroughly and as long as he's healthy enough to be around other cats, he's going to live a life of luxury with a great couple. I will be taking him in with major help from my mother in law @simbas_mom on Wednesday, he will be neutered, vaccinated, tested, cleaned up and any other things he needs. The preliminary estimate is $230 and I truly appreciate that many of you offered to help. If you'd like to, the youcaring link in my bio for Gus is still active. Thank you guys!
Help! We feed and take care of every "feral" cat that shows up, some for days, some for months and some for years. This guy has been here for almost a week, and he's a little different. He's probably had a home at some point, but even if he does, they don't deserve him. I would love to find him a home. He's sweet, friendly, and gorgeous. Margo doesn't feel the need to explain why we can't have another male ginger, and I'm deferring to her. I have reached out to some shelters here on IG to try to find rescues to adopt him out, but with kitten season here, it may be easier to just find him a home with one of you guys. Please, if you're interested, I'm willing to drive just about anywhere in northern CA or northern NV to get this guy a loving home.
I believe he's pretty young. He is not neutered as far as I can tell. 🌰🌰
Time for some Team Gary trivia! Who gives the least effs about the vacuum cleaner? Who gives the most? #teamgarytrivia
Margo thinks colds are stupid and a waste of time like most things, including Hank. She's still sneezy and sleeping more than usual but I took this photo about an hour ago. #margoylemonday
Now playing: the remake of the Steven Seagal classic, "Hard to Pill" Showtimes every 12 hours, live from the futon. Starring Garebear. #notforthefaintofheart (this photo is from today)
So... My girl's got the cold. I've suspected it for a couple of days. Teary eyes and sneezing that got a little more prominent today. The good news is that her behavior is hardly affected. She's sleeping a bit more and she's more willing to be touched than normal. I'm not entirely sure why it hit Gary so hard, but I think it's just a cold and since Gary already had herpes that additional flare up compounded the problem. Gus got over his cold in four days and there's really no trace of herpes in his eyes... He wasn't even treated. I sincerely hope she's over this soon and I suspect she will be. Of course, she will go to the vet if I feel she needs to.
I know he looks rough, but today we had a lot of "first time in a week" events. He came outside and took a long drink out of his margarita glass. He accosted a shrub. He got in a box. He ate without me having to hand feed him. He still has a ways to go but I'm confident he'll be back to himself within a few days. I can't wait to hear that purr again. #creepyrockiswatching
Gus takes two heart meds twice a day, every 12 hours. One of them requires that his stomach is empty for absorption purposes. So he can take the pills two hours after meals or 1 hour before. This means he can't eat for three solid hours after dinner. So from about 6:30 to 8 pm every night he's hounding me for a snack. Chasing me, jumping on my back. I have to hide from him for the last half hour, and he will take a nap. So here's the lead up to tonight's snack.
(Gary is feeling better every day. I hope tomorrow he'll be ready for pictures. He still looks a bit rough.)