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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Spay/Neuter Clinic


Tomorrow is our monthly low cost spay/neuter day and I set out my trap early since it looked like rain. I put a can of cat food inside the trap and walked around the lake with Weezie and Romeow. When we returned an hour later, there was this young cat inside:


I'm glad I set the trap early, because it is raining as I type this.

Poor thing will have to spend the night in the bathtub till I take him/her tomorrow morning with the help of my neighbor since my car is still not running. I sure hope I have the date right because if it's on Tuesday, that poor kitty will have to spend another day in there...

Here are a few photos of our outing around Lake Irma with Weezie and Romeow:


Romeow is getting so big and is doing very well on his harness and leash. He is 5 1/2 months old now and has been neutered already. He enjoys it by the lake and is watching "his domain" as if he is carrying on the tradition for Gizzy. I still miss my boy very much - every day! 


I love Weezie's white eye lashes. She looks like such a girl. We went to the Nursing Home again last Tuesday (our second visit) and am scheduled to go every week to see the old folks who look forward to petting and holding my Weezie.




Then we had some kitty boot-camp when Romeow practiced his climbing skills:






Romeow practicing his ambush skills on a flock of unimpressed ducks


I'm very proud of the way Romeow handles his harness and leash!


Mush, little doggy (ahem) kitty!


This is Romeow's climbing tree and I loved the way the hazy winter sky was dimming the sun light.

It was a nice outing yesterday, but today was too cold and wet, but we'll go back as much as we can before the summer spoils our time outside.

Always in my thoughts and in my heart - my Gizzy boy!

(I love you forever and ever, Amen!)

11 comments:

marianne said...

Lovely pictures Doris! You know I love to follow your adventures with the furries!
How sweet you take Weezie to the nursing home. I am sure you will make a lot of people happy.
Hope the kitty only has to wait one night in the tub. Your are an angel!

have a nice Sunday♥

Ann said...

Romeow looks like he really enjoys it outside. Glad to hear he handles the leash and harness well.
Good job on the capture for the cat.
That one picture of Weezy and Romeow on the bench with each on looking the opposite direction cracked me up. Looked like they were totally ignoring each other

Janine said...

Was für ein netter Ausflug. Ich kann nicht glauben das deine Katze sich anleinen lässt. Meine Katzen wüden mich masakrieren (hi hi). Alles Liebe
Janine

Chatty Crone said...

I love your fur babies and I know you still miss Gizzy. I was hoping you would have gotten your car fixed by now. Good luck at the vet tomorrow. sandie

Sharon said...

I love the pictures of your kitty on the leash. Enjoyed your post!

sprinkles said...

That's great you take Weezie to the nursing home. It'll be good to get out and socialize a bit.

Mom2fur said...

Every time I think my Shadow Dante will not live forever (or at least as long as I do) I get choked up. I do believe we meet our fur babies in the next life! (Who'd want heaven without pets?)
It is such a wonderful thing you do to take the cats to have them 'fixed.'

Beansieleigh said...

Hi Doris! LOVE all your photos, and while I catch up here, I am so happy to see you still have little Romeow! Isn't he one lucky little kitty, to get to go on walks like Weezie! Honestly, it breaks my heart when we take Ubu out, and Tuffy just sits there watching us, as if "Why can't I go too?"... As for Skyler, I think our little queen bee is just glad to have the house to herself once in a while! (0; Today was kind of cold here, but tomorrow is supposed to be beautiful, so we're also looking forward to a nice long walk then! Enjoy your weekend! ((hugs)) ~tina

gin said...

hi doris. been thinking of you lately. that is sweet that you and weezie are sharing at the nursing home. Gizzy is surely looking down saying, "that's my momma!" Blessings on you.

Debi said...

Miss your posts!!!

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