We are all fine at my house, well, except maybe Johnny. He's going to the v-e-t in the morning for a weight check. Late last year and into the first of this year Johnny lost a lot of weight. He went from 13 lbs to 9 lbs. He was put on an antibiotic and a liver supplement. He takes the liver pill every day. His weight increased back to 13 lbs. Mom thinks he is losing weight again. We are all purring that this is something that can be fixed if that is the case.
As for your mom stinking? We don't think she stinks at all. But you should keep washing her just in case we are wrong.
Some fur peed on mom's bed yesterday. She didn't know it until she was about to get into bed. The blanket and top sheet were wet. It may have just happened shortly before she came in as the bottom sheet and mattress pad were still dry. Oh, part of one of her pillows was wet too. She was not very happy about it. Of course she had to change her bedding before she could actually go to bed.
Clarissa & Co.
: Hekko. Howareyouiamfinethankyouandyou. And you? Plus, my
: mom stinks. Do your humans stink, too? Stinking is a
: good thing. It means you can lick them, if you want,
: and make them smell better. Not that I like to lick my
: mom, because she's easily confused and might think I'm
: kissing her instead of bathing her, but still, if I
: wanted to lick her, I could. It all depends on how I
: feel about it at that particular moment. I licked her
: once, briefly, and you never know. I might someday
: lick her again.
: Callie Marie McChew-La