CAROLE’S CAT CHRONICLES – 13 OCT 2020

Cutie Pie
Aero with his fish and chips
Helping me make the bed about three weeks ago - RIP Aero

MASSIVE CLEAN UP OF THE GARDEN AREA, LEAPING FROG
About three times a year I take it upon my self to clean up the weeds, leaves and mess that are in the area past the car wash where our cats live and socialize with us at the Leaping Frog Centre. It is common ground that the council should really be taking care of, but do not. It is manual work and so I take my gardener to help. He rakes up all the dead leaves and cuts back the overgrown plants, leaving a nice clean area to enjoy. Its hard work but the results are always worthwhile. Some cats just sleep through this exercise, just watching and resting. I hope they appreciate all the hard work we put in. We take away bags and bags of dead leaves and rubbish that has piled up. It definitely looks better afterwards.

DONATIONS
Our red bin at VET TO PET IS EMPTY these days. We really miss the donations that people drop in. No matter how small it is, it still ads up. Please stop by and drop in a tin or pouch or two, as well as pellets.

AERO
These past two weeks have been difficult for me. My own 17 year old cat, Aero, has been diagnosed with stage 3 renal failure and had severe arthritis and spondylosis of his spine. He was in hospital at Lonehill Vet and after three days on a drip with medication was allowed home. He didn’t recover well and sadly I had to make the most awful decision to let him go. My heart is broken and I miss him terribly. 

Carole
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Aero on his favourite bench - RIP Aero