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The Quest

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Sharron Report 23 Jan 2013 11:59

Well,it's coming down in bucketfuls but the call of the sausage sandwich is too great to resist.

He's off on the bus.

Saves me having to cook him a sausage sandwich I suppose!


maggiewinchester Report 23 Jan 2013 00:43

Mine don't get jabs - I'm a lax owner.
The two cats I got microchipped and neutered were a failure.
One had to go back (allegedly neutered when we got her) after she had kittens- it was either her or the 3 kits, decided it was easier to rehome 1 rather than 3. Her daughter, who came with her from the Cats protection league was microchipped and spayed - then went to live on the allottments!!
The 3 kits, now aged 6 are spayed/neutered and de-flead regularly, but that's it.

Say 'hello' to a vet, and that's a tenner gone.
I paid £200 when one idiot kit had an argument with a car on a bank holiday. By the time the vet was ready to see him, he was eating dry cat food - with a broken jaw!!!
I feel I shouldn't have bothered taking him back!
Mind you, he was very 'punk' with a quarter inch of wire descending from his chin.

Will the buses run tomorrow? Can't you con Fred?


Sharron Report 23 Jan 2013 00:31

The puddy tat? Jabs and grope time.

The old man? Shopping on the bus day tomorrow,come Hell or high water.


maggiewinchester Report 23 Jan 2013 00:19

What's up with the pud, Sharron?


Sharron Report 23 Jan 2013 00:07

I am recovering tonight from going to the vet in utterly vile weather.

The cat and I are both fine thank you but I had to have a large build-up of money removed again!

It is tipping down cold,horrible rain and looks set to continue doing so.

I bet it doesn't stop Sir Fred from riding out in his quest to find the sausage sandwich tomorrow though!