The reason cats climb is that they can look down on almost every other animal....it's also the reason they hate birds. - K. C. Buffington
We are purring for all who have cancer. What an icky thing to have, of any type anywhere on your body. Mum's family doesn't have cancer running in the family, so that is good for us. But things can change too.
Mum is doing well, she is moving around OK and recovering.Mum moved her flowers out of the her litter box room. We have had all sorts of nice weather, so lots of open windows for us. So mum figured it was nice enough to put the flowers outside, then she gets to see them more!
Mum sitting in the fevver chair, big windows that go to the floor, wide open for us.
Ducky purring on mum, inspecting her crow-shay too. Mum working on a blankie for her upcoming grand nephew that will be arriving in a few months.
A good shot of the flowers from the chair, mum likes that she can see them more now, she wasn't in the litterbox room often enough to enjoy them. Plus then she doesn't have to keep the doors closed to any of the rooms in the house. We like that.
I would like to nom the flowers, so now I can't get at them at all. Sometimes I could sneak around mum and get to them for a minute.
We are taking turns purring on mum and resting. She is guessing that in another week she will be back day hunting. The doc will confirm this week. She will miss us, she says, and all the extra cuddle time we gets.