The salt and pepper shakers that Mom won in Fiona's auction arrived yesterday. Mom loves them. She let me sniff them and I really checked them out. Then I knocked them over and rolled them around on the carpet a little.
Mom brushes me all over every day, but I don't like her brushing my legs. My mats are tiny ones just below my elbows on my forelegs, in the short fur. Mom has tried brushing them, but I pull my legs away from her. She did get one mat cut out yesterday and will try for the other one tomorrow. Mom can't figure out how I got mats in my short fur. My tummy is now touchable, at least down to the white spot between my back legs. If Mom goes into the white area, I put the bitey on her. I used to put the bitey on her if she touched my tummy at all, but now I enjoy having it petted a little.
Mom tried out some Newman's Own Turkey and Vegetables on me and I ate it all up.
Karen Jo: I just hope it doesn't turn out like the Meow Mix singles. You loved those the first time I bought them, then refused to eat any of it the second time I bought them.
Mom and I played ball a lot today. We had a lot of fun, both before and after she went to work. When I tried to cuddle with her last night, she started making weird noises and I went back to the big room for a while.
Karen Jo: I had an allergy attack, Herman. The weird noises were sneezing. The (bad word omitted) juniper trees have decided that it's spring already. That's why I didn't blog last night. It's hard to type and sneeze at the same time. Luckily my allergy medicine quieted it down some and you came back to sleep with me,