Latest update on the pet front is that despite the wife's hankering after a replacement Q-tip, we still have not found one. The one at the SPCA was not a mini-maltese and anyway she, being over four years old, has no history that we know of. We don't know her health condition, temperament, or even how she is going to react with three other cats in the house. Sad, but we gave her up to the third person on the wait list and hope she can find a good home there.
Least of all, I don't want a rebound dog picked up on impulse, thinking the same personality will be perfectly replicated when we should know very well it's not likely to be. If we got a puppy, we could watch her grow up, and adapt to her quirks as they develop.
For her thirds -- la piece de resistance -- she chose a cozy spot on the kitchen rug to down the last one. I groaned inwardly over the prospect of having to clear the crumbs away, but Momo did a good job of mopping up most of the mess for me.
Freeze-dried mussels are gourmet food for cats with more mature tastebuds and who can appreciate the finer things in life. But they are only an appetizer, as far as Momo is concerned. She still came back for her regular two scoops of commercial kibble for dinner.
Friday, March 08, 2013
Sunday, March 03, 2013
Q-tip left quite a bit of food behind, both kibble and canned. We donated it all to the SPCA. While we were there, the wife went to look at the dogs up for adoption. Her eye went to a female mini-maltese who was quite friendly.This 4-year old is already pledged to someone else, though, so the wife put her name on a waiting list. Something tells me she's already contemplating a Q-tip replacement...