I am having great difficulty typing this because Heidi cat is lying on the desk between me and the keyboard, I'm having to reach over her. It's a bit crowded in here, three cats and a dog all squashed into my little office. These two are quite happy.
It was a bit of a manic morning today. My friend Helen came over and brought Henry choc lab with her for a walk. I fetched Paul's two black labs out for a walk, they live round the corner, and Rocky came as well. The four dogs had a whale of a time. We were out for well over an hour and everyone was dog tired when we got back :o)
This afternoon I went to pick up a kitten which was no longer wanted by it's owner. We get these phone calls quite a lot with all kinds of excuses why they can't keep the cat any longer. Luckily we have a space for this one so we could take it in, quite often we are full so can't help. Anyway, Janet came with me to pick up a little Ginger Tom, a cute little thing he is as well. We have to get him neutered soon then he can be rehomed. Hopefully someone will come forward for him.
I thought you might like this money saving tip, that's if you have a dog of course, ha ha. I use these meaty chunks for treats, I carry a few in my pocket. They are soft and dogs seem to like them. In fact I usually get mobbed by all the dogs in the neighbourhood when I am out in the village. I get dog slobber dribbles all down my jacket and trousers as they push their wet noses against my pocket. Dogs have been known to dash a hundred yards or more towards me if they see me in the distance. There's no escape, once they know I have them they never forget. It's costing me a flippin fortune, ha ha.
Here we have eight chunks.
Get a pair of scissors and cut them in half, making eight into sixteen.