Saturday, January 10, 2015

Cats And A Dog And Whatever Else Went On This Week

Not a whole heck of a lot actually. Keith came home from his last trip with a nasty cold so he took a sick day and went back to work late last night/early this morning/whichever way you want to look at it. We took the dog to her first vet visit on Wednesday, all the way across town to the vet that the rescue people said to use so that they would pay for her spay. After her spay is done in 3 weeks and her second round of shots is done I don't think we will be going back to that vet office again. Too far away and while the doctor seemed just fine the actual office was very old and funky and half of it used to be a pet supply store but is now just empty shelves. It basically looks like an abandoned office inside of the place. We spent $93 to get her checked over and her first round of shots.

She seems healthy enough and appears to be about 1 1/2 years old so we will just say her birthday is in June. Her weird front leg is just a weird front leg, the vet said that it was probably something that she was either born with or happened soon after and as long as it doesn't seem to bother her and she can run around, no problem. And yes, she can definitely run around. I still can't believe how fast such a small dog can walk.

I had a whole list of things that needed to be done this week but with Keith home napping much of the day and watching TV the rest of the day it was hard to do any cleaning because he was either in the way or sleeping, will be cleaning day as long as I can keep my energy up.

I went and got chicken from El Pollo Loco last night, thinking one dinner for us and leftovers for Keith to take along with him. My piece of chicken was about as dry as the chicken that I make at home but Keith and Millie seemed to enjoy it. As we are talking about not slipping food to the dog that is staring up at us while we eat, Keith is giving her bites of chicken. Which she really liked.

I've had to put the cat toys way up where Millie can't get at them as most of the cat toys are not designed for dogs. She's already torn up a mouse and crunched a jingle ball. I did find some fabric catnip sticks for the cats but before they could play with them Millie was taking them all away.

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