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  2. PipsMom

    Kitten

    Omg how cute. I’m sure that when comes that’ll along will snap you up little kitty
  3. Crinkly

    Kitten

    aw, thank you Marlene. Poor little munchkin. The pic link didn't work for me But I have lots of pics of my own black kitten from 27 years ago, so I know the cuteness overload! lol.
  4. Missysmom

    Kitten

    Aww what a sweetie, so glad you were able to help keep him safe and fed.
  5. Marlene

    Kitten

    Darn kitten......he WOULD purr every time I picked him up! I hated to hand him off at the shelter. There were 7 other strays and feral kittens waiting when I was there.
  6. Sunlite

    Kitten

    I'm sure being a kitten that someone will adopt him up in no time! So sweet of you to take care of him though, especially with your hands full already!
  7. Marlene

    Kitten

    It's always sumthin.......said Gilda Radner.Big excitement around here. I'm caring for a neighbor's dog so have 3 troublemakers underfoot 🙂 There has also been a tiny black kitten hanging around for a few days. I have noticed food out so I know neighbors are feeding it. It's been crying at night and I can hear it 😞 But I've been busy and didn't worry too much about the lil one.Yesterday it apparently wandered through our tiny courtyard and the visiting dog tore through the screen slider.........which left a nice big hole. Didn't hurt kitty. Yesterday I noticed it was hanging out under The Big Guy's truck on the spare tire mounted under there. That upped my worry as I was afraid it would get hit. Then last night I heard it crying again so went out with some dog food and coaxed it close. It only took about 15 minutes and 5 failed tries to grab him but I finally did. I quickly put him in a puppy crate in the garage with a blankie and covered the crate - put another small handful of dog kibble in there. He was quiet as a mouse. I switched him into a large crate this morning, fed him some chicken. After meowing bloody murder for a few minutes he was quiet when I covered the crate. I would foster him in a second but just can't with 3 dogs here.....so it's off to the shelter with "Ebony" this morning.....and The Big Guy is getting the screen repaired 😕
  8. Summerangel

    We're still here!

    Hi my lovely. Sorry to hear about your MIL. I do believe that our paws like to say their goodbyes. When Donte passed in October, we brought him home, in his bed and laid him on the living room floor so Lacey could say her goodbyes. She went up to him, had a sniff, and went and stood behind my hubby, she went back to sniff and once again went and stood by my hubby. She never went up to him again.
  9. missy dawn

    We're still here!

    I'm so sorry to hear of the passing. It was sweet of you to let monkey say goodbye
  10. FurDaddy

    Registration email

    Thanks @Sunlite and @Crinkly. My account is now operational.
  11. Sunlite

    Registration email

    Not sure what's going on but I need to contact my host, it's server related. In the meanwhile I will look for your account and manually approve it so don't look for an email, just log in...
  12. Crinkly

    Registration email

    Hi @FurDaddy and welcome! I will tag in @Sunlite because I am sure she will be along soon to greet you herself. I don't have the god-like Mod powers to help, but I am sure she will be able to sort your logon out.
  13. Guest

    Registration email

    I have created an account but the verification email never arrived. I have tried resending it multiple times and still no luck. I have checked my spam folder and even re-entered my email address, even though it was already correct. It has now been over 24 hours and I am out of options. Could someone please help with this? I don't want to give out my email address to the public, but the account I created is under FurDaddy.
  14. Crinkly

    Day out to Lichfield

    Cato: Yes, there is lots and lots and lots of history stuff, isn't there? But it isn't very sniffy for me and Tara. I wanted to widdle on that nice old wooden door, but Mum was a spoilsport. It would have been fab, wouldn't it? My widdle soaking into that wood. I could tell it would really hold my manly dominant scent, wouldn't it? On account of being really old and woody and stuff. And it would have meant that I owned the whole cathedral, for everandeverandever. cos that is how it works. But I managed to widdle on the leg of the bench, instead. When Mum wasn't looking. The bench is really old too. So now I own the bench, don't I? For ever.
  15. Pawz4me

    Day out to Lichfield

    Wow. What a beautiful cathedral. And Tolkein, too. You're so lucky to have so much history!!
  16. Missysmom

    Day out to Lichfield

    Oh My Gosh What Fantastic pictures!! Sorry Cato but yes the pictures Were worth it!! There’s some of us out here sweetie that could never ever see these things and just Love to see your travels and your moms gorgeous pics!! Thank You and Tara sooooo much for your patience while your mom does this — I for one am extremely appreciative! And Love seeing pics of you too!! Very nice harnesses!! 😘 thanks soooo much Jo felt just like I was there, how fascinating about Tolkein too! Gosh that cathedral is breathtaking, love all your pics the detail is amazing!!
  17. Marlene

    Day out to Lichfield

    Speechless.......just awesome.
  18. Crinkly

    Day out to Lichfield

    Cato: My sling still hadn't arrived, so we went to this Lichfield place without it. So I had to walk. But Mum carried me for a bit and Dad did too, and we had some nice sit downs, and I met a little girl. So it was OK. Lichfield is a town. With a river and a bridge and another cathedral (yawn) and a muesum place to dictionaries, and a burger place and a cafe that had a sunny garden. Dad had lots of sausages, and we didn't get ANY cos it was all gluteny, and Mum wouldn't let us! This is the cathedral bit. This is the side door. There were workmen doing stuff so we couldn't have a proper sniff. This is the cathedral b*th. Human's are obsessed with b*ths. There was a big exhibshun thing too. To do with WWI and Tolkein was here, and there were statues and stuff. Mum read it ALL and we had to wait for ages. This is the Tolkein bit, where he met up with his friends and it was the idea of the Fellowship And then Mum took pics of boring stuff like floors and ceilings. I fell asleep. But then we went and sat on a bench while Dad did his Looking Around. There were some really screamy school children, so I was very glad when we sat with Mum away from them. It was a lovely snuggle right up until Mum had a thunk and decided to do some pics, so show all the carving stuff, and she has to walk a longlonglonglonglong way away to pic, and it was very stressful. Tara whined, and I just sat there. And LOOKED. You have to keep LOOKING. cos if you stop LOOKING then Mum might not come back! Mum said she was sorry, afterwards. On account of me howling in my sleep that night. But it was OK cos she DID come back. I just wish that Mum and Dad would stop doing their dangerous Wandering Off. These are the pics Mum took. They aren't worth it, are they? See how far away she went!!! This is me on Mum's lap, keeping an eye on those school kids, in case they came and screechified at us! Then we went and looked at ducks and had a rest and lunch and stuff. Mum forgot to take pics at lunch, on account of her being nearly as ravenous as me and Tara.
  19. Missysmom

    Mixed Grill

    Oh my gosh yes just like country ham yummmmm! But yes I agree Tara Very salty!! Very hungry now!!!😋
  20. Crinkly

    We're still here!

    Good to hear from you! Although I am very sorry to hear you have had so many tragic losses. Take care of yourselves. It takes a long time for life to start to feel ‘real’ again. Hug. I think that animals have a very practical but also deeply instinctive way of dealing with family (pack) death. When Sidney the Cat died, suddenly, a couple of years ago, it was totally unexpected. Cato and Tara had always hero worshipped him (and quite right too!) so I felt they deserved to say goodbye. I put him in a shallow box in the middle of the living room floor and we had our own wake all that afternoon. I sat and watched when Cato and Tara rushed up excitedly to greet him, stopped abruptly, crouched and respectfully approached. Then they sniffed him all over and settled down nearby. Over the next few hours they approached him several times and sniffed again. Each time shorter and less curious. Tara lost interest first, then Cato, who just lay quietly for some time, then got up and walked away. Neither of them even glanced at him again, so I removed and wrapped the corpse, comfortable that they had said their goodbyes.
  21. Crinkly

    Train back from Chester

    Yes, although I must admit that Cato’s head looks a bit photoshopped in real life when he has been zipped in! Sorry @Missysmom i don’t think she would fit! i knew we had to sort something out for him, but I also knew that i would be curling up and dying if anyone assumed I was some overweight, middle-aged Paris Hilton wanna-bee with a handbag dog... shudder... so I have been v interested to observe my reactions when actually slinging him around. 🤣 Turns out, I am totally cool with it, so long as Tara is scampering around with us, being a real dog. Haha! But as soon as Dad and she go off on one of their Forced Marches, leaving Cato and me to saunter around until we meet up... well gosh... i get really self conscious. People DO notice and they DO stop and chat, and they are always really nice, but I just can’t wait to tell them about his bad back! I didn’t know I was this insecure! 🤣
  22. Crinkly

    Mixed Grill

    Tara: Gammon is salty. So we aren’t allowed much. 😫 I like salt! I like gammon! S’not fair! Mum: this is gammon. I think it might be related to your country ham...? https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2806663/cola-ham-with-maple-and-mustard-glaze
  23. Pawz4me

    Train back from Chester

    I really like that sling! It looks very snazzy but comfy and secure, too. Although the dog in it looks very, very photoshopped. LOL.
  24. Pawz4me

    Mixed Grill

    I was getting hungry just reading the title . . .
  25. Missysmom

    Train back from Chester

    Thanks so much Jo! Sounds like it would fit Molly who’s 13 lbs but ummm Missy’s another story... 18lbs...😫
  26. Crinkly

    Train back from Chester

    No worries! 😁 it was this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B078YXG8F6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 if you want one, then be careful with the sizing. We got the large, which is big enough for Tara who is around 13pounds. Cato is only about 9 pounds, but we put a folded towel inside for him to lie on. i can just see a day when it will be needed for Tara on a vet trip, so the bigger capacity will come in useful.
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