September 18, 2008 in Uncategorized
Little Vegas didn’t seem himself today, he didn’t want to eat at all this morning which for him is very unusual. I asked Big Daddy to watch over Vegas for me and of course he obliged like he always does. Thanks Big Dad!
My poor cats are so stressed at the moment thanks to grey cat. He has not gone away and even though (and I am going to upset a friend here) I have sprayed him with the hose for 3 nights in a row. Last night I gave him a serious spraying and you could have blown me down with a feather when at 9PM I was sitting in the lounge chatting to a neighbour when he marching in the door!!
I was up like a flash but he had already sprayed indoors. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggggggggggggg!!!!!!!!!!!
A very kind blogger has sent me a spray mixture that I am going to use to spray the perimiter of the garden with in the hopes that it will keep him away.
If that fails, I am going to contact the SPCA and see if they will neuter him for me. He can then spend a day or 2 recovering in my garage and then be let outdoors.
It’s freezing here in Cape Town and I have loads of work to do. I also have stressed out cats to “mother” and love. I see Jake’s eye also doesn’t look good.
I have never had sickly cats and I am pretty sure it’s the stress they are under. Poor little buggers have been locked indoors at night for over a week now. I just can’t take the chance that grey cat may come in a window or door.
So to my friend out there who thinks I am mean by spraying grey cat, spare a thought for what my 11 cats are going through as opposed to one cat who is getting a bit wet.
Until later…………… have a fab day and Capetonians keep warm
A very special thanks to the Universe and Mother Nature for bringing hail and rain to help wash away the cat spray smell
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