Mr Kitty was out in that cold.
We have not seen Mr Kitty since Tuesday morning as the arctic cold dipped into our area. He came for breakfast but as the cold front came in with heavy winds he took off for the wooded area near our property. We have been worried about Mr. Kitty.
We hope he is OK.
I am also a bit worried about Abby.
She has not been perky self.
She still eats, drinks and I think she is having normal body functions.
(Cats are notorious for being private)
But she is sleeping a lot.
After short breakfasts she gets up in her little warm snuggly blanket and doesn't move until dinner. The she eats and goes back to her blanket.
She hasn't been following me around like she normally does.
After finishing up visiting fur friends she will jump down and come with me and sit in my lap. Then we snuggle down for bed and she sleeps beside me until I get up, and it all starts over again. I just hope that because she is older that the cold has made her act this way.
If it continues I will take her to the Vet.
It's just a feeling of unease.
I hope now that our weather is returning to seasonal she will perk up some.
The weather has been in the upper 70's today, and guess what?
Abby is back to her normal self!
I guess she just can't take the cold damp winter weather, even though I try and keep the temperatures up in the house (just for the cats!) it still doesn't warm her up enough.
Thanks for all of your concern!
ON another front:
Today at DAILY DOSE OF DOGS(AND CATS), Chrystal is having a comment-a-thon.
Here is what she related :
"Don't forget that on Friday, we will launch Pam's Gotcha Day Comment-a-thon celebration right here at the daily dose. All you have to do is leave a comment after her story, anytime between midnight on Thursday night until midnight on Sunday night. For every comment left on this blog during that period of time, Pam will donate fifty cents to our dream of a second cathouse. Oh, do please come by this weekend, and leave a comment."
So please if you will be so kind, drop in and leave a quick comment.
Chrystal and all her rescued animals will thank you!