Sunday, August 28, 2011
Sunday with Emma
Karen Jo: That's your paw print in the litter. You were the first kitty to try out the Desert's Sand litter, just a few days after I put it in the new litter box.
That was a long time ago. We are both using that litter box now.
Karen Jo: I know. I haven't been blogging because I have been working very hard and coming home exhausted again. Right now I am in the middle of working seven days in a row and don't know if I will be blogging again until September, which is only a few days away.
You can blog more if you work at it.
Karen Jo: I'll try. The Desert's Sand litter is mostly being used by Emma, though I have seen Herman in it. Some days they pee in the Desert's Sand and poop in the Swheat Scoop. Some days it's the other way around. Most days they do a bit of both in both.
I am glad that you didn't take the kitten food away completely.
Karen Jo: I put it up on the high shelf in your room, where Herman never goes.
He's too fat to get up there.
Karen Jo: Emma, that's not nice. Herman could get up there if he wanted to, but he has never wanted to.
The important thing is that now I get kitten food and Herman doesn't. Hahaha!
Karen Jo: You haven't eaten much of it. You have mostly been eating the duck and pea when you eat dry food.
Herman eats the duck and pea, too, along with his diet food. I don't know why he likes that stuff. It's like the kitten food, but not as tasty. The other day we ate so much duck and pea that the bowl was empty.
Karen Jo: You don't understand why Herman likes people food, either. He has been tasting my food almost every day lately.
Herman will eat almost anything. He even ate that Greenie that I spat out.
Karen Jo: I was surprised at how long it took him to find it. He didn't find it for three days, until you kicked it off the chair onto the floor.
Herman sure has been chasing me around a lot lately.
Karen Jo: The weather has been cooling off and that makes him more playful.
I found a new hidey-hole to get away from him. He can't fit under your dresser.
Karen Jo: That's true. It's smart of you to duck under there when he tries to corner you.
Some of our toys have gone missing. You need to go on a toy hunt.
Karen Jo: In a few days. I will have more time to hunt for toys soon.