Senior cats may become crotchety and depressed, partly because their slower reflexes prevent them from doing what they once did with ease. Some prefer solitude, while others want to stay close to their family members. Cat a Day Calendar
While we all are getting older I cannot be considered a senior catizen just yet. But this week three members of mum's family got older. On Wednesday, Uncle Flip and Aunty Pam both had purrthdays. On Thursday Grampie had a purrthday. So happy days to all of them.
Mum came home rather late yesterday. She went to have dinner with Grampie for his purrthday and spend some time with him. Plus one of her cousin's stopped in to visit and stayed for dinner too.
We are still getting our blue beauty Morning Glories. Mum thought they were all done, but now sees lots of baby flower buds. If it doesn't freeze they will get to be flowers.
On our cooler mornings the flowers haven't fully opened up when mum goes to get her newsy paper from where the guy tosses it.
Finally fully open and looking good.
The new foods I had, mum thinks maybe we are a test market area. Max's mum said they had it too in Catifornia and they liked it. But it does cost more. So keep an eye open in your stores. It was just in our regular grocery store along with all of the other kittie goodies.
Happy weekend everyone.