The 16th of May.
Just said goodbye to Freddie’s new family. He’s going to be a pal for a six year old girl who is very excited about having a kitty. She’s adorable.
This morning we fought to get the medicine in the kittens’ mouths again. Still not sure if I’m going to have to do it again tomorrow or not. Wrote up a blog post, and I called Elaine to let her know I’ve got the date for my ultrasound. Going to need a full bladder, oh joy.
Gym this afternoon. I had a rather full-on session – my average heart rate was 151 which is even higher than usual. Normally it’s in the 140s. I had a nice chat with a new trainer called Vlad who offered me a free session so we’ll do that next week and hopefully he might show me some new things that’ll make my routine slightly more interesting.
Got home and had an hour before Freddie’s probable adopters arrived. We chatted about all the things they’ll need, and the little girl gave Freddie a stroke and chucked some balls around for him. They adore him, and I think they’ll be back for him very soon.
The 17th of May.
Ugh I am frustrated and my back is extraordinarily painful. I have just taken two co-codamol in the hopes that will ease it slightly, having spent the past hour bent over trying to create the black markings on Charlie the cat’s head. Actually I’ve just had an idea, I’ll try that tomorrow.
The rest of my day has been largely kitten-based. Didn’t need to fight with them this morning, just fed them, which we all preferred. I came downstairs to find Sheila here basically employing Mommy as a social worker. She’s going to assist in finding a care home for someone. She is the most giving person I know, always doing things for other people and she doesn’t give it a second thought. She is the best woman.
This afternoon, kittens and Netflix. At one point they escaped into the bathroom which could’ve ended badly but I got them out before I had to pee. For the majority of the time, I watched Fringe and the kittens slept on my lap. They’re all going on Sunday and I will miss them.
I am so glad to be seeing Andy tomorrow. He better give me some answers, or at least the route to them.