Jackie crossed the Rainbow Bridge today – when I got to the vet office there were big signs all over the door – everybody had Covid! The owner vet and his daughter, vet also, were there but I wore my mask and didn’t touch a thing. I left the carrier there with Jackie and came home and scrubbed my hands. Colton had a “breakthrough” of urine – on my cutting table no less! – and now has resumed eating and drinking. I will take him in next week when they are once again, hopefully, fully staffed.
Like Becky always says about my life – “never a dull moment!”
I think we got 8-10” of new snow – the pictures tell the story.
I found Tribe Mama or Tribe daughter (can’t tell them apart) in the hay shed this morning but could see the imprint and the chicken manure in this corner where she waited out the storm. I would not have been able to see her here even if I could have navigated my way through the storm. Here she is now in the infirmary. I am worried about her feet.
Everyone else in the barn is enjoying the south window with its sunlight and warmth.
Hazel is still looking for the rat.
Tonight I ordered a rechargeable rat trap which electrocutes the rat. Oh, Amazon, how could I live without you?
Wasn’t this just a couple days ago?
My friend Ginny’s dogs in South Carolina. Did you know that black dogs are sometimes passed over in favor of lighter more colorful dogs? Not at Ginny’s house!
And here’s a sweet picture of Blanche in her new home!
I am so glad I complained about no comments because this is such fun reading stories from all of you – I spend a lot of time reading comments and it’s wonderful! I think most of you are enjoying the comments, too.
We got about 8” of snow yesterday and today will be a big job to dig out. I think Colton has a urinary blockage again but we’re so snowed in I’m not able to get him to a vet. Jackie is also acting not well. Took the fun out of our snow day for sure!
Thursday night was another adventurous night for Hazel. We went to the barn about 10 pm and sure enough there was another rat or two or ?
See the rat hole and the door partially open? Hazel would be laying by the door while the rat would literally hang out the hole and look around! what could I do? Yikes, it was creepy. Years ago we had rats and had an exterminator come and we might have to do that again but right now Hazel is very entertained! Haha! I tried to get her interested in the other side of the door but she was not having it. Last night the snow was so deep we didn’t go to the barn at 10 so today we will be on rat patrol again. I never dreamed I could sit a few feet away from a rat coming out of the wall but I’d do anything for Hazel. Yikes!
Here’s what we look like today.
I’m so hoping for some sewing time today – if I can get out to take Colton to the vet first.
Thank you for your comments and stories! I have loved reading them – especially since you’re the only “people” I see or talk to because of Covid and today because of the weather.