Thursday, November 4, 2010
Just Hanging Around
Karen Jo: Sorry, Herman, I got all wrapped up in watching the election returns, then I went to bed.
I have been doing a lot of running up and down the hall and through the living room. I feel so good I just have to do something. I found out that I can jump up on the kitchen sink and look out the window. There are little birdies in the bush right by that window sometimes. I meow and meow at them to come in, but they never do.
Karen Jo: They can't get in through the window, Herman, any more that you can get out.
That's too bad. I have been playing with Mom quite a bit, too. I am mostly a good boy about taking my medicine, but Mom is giving me the really nasty stuff again. I let her know how I feel about it. I stuck my claw right in her finger and made the blood come out.
Karen Jo: You are halfway through this month's dosage now. Just a few more days and you won't have to take it again for three weeks.
That's a relief. I got all fresh litter today. I like new litter day. My dry food bowls are getting low and Mom isn't refilling them.
Karen Jo: I am going to dump all the left over dry food tomorrow and give you all fresh. The ravens are really going to have a feast. You should watch them.
I don't like watching those big birds as much as I like watching the little ones. Have you gotten my Gotcha Day presents yet?
Karen Jo: Not yet. I will put in the order tomorrow. I got some interesting news today. How would you like a little sister?
I'm not sure.
Karen Jo: There is a three-month old kitty girl with feline leukemia being fostered nearby who really needs a home. I am seriously thinking about giving her a try. You are very secure and healthy now, so it shouldn't stress you out too much.
What if I don't like her?
Karen Jo: I can take her in provisionally. If things don't work out, I can give her back.