While the Cat's Away

SlowSong

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While the Cat's Away

8 Nov 2018 2:16PM   Views : 268 Unique : 163

Cheeky black cat from down the road settling down in my bay tree pot. Mind you, I think the bay tree's had it so he's welcome. He was very comfy. Smile

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Frankie got his results today and although it's quite serious, it's not lymphoma, and the situation can be managed with drugs. So it's just a matter of waiting and seeing. We're pleased it's not as bad as we thought.

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KarenFB Plus
12 5.1k 172 England
9 Nov 2018 6:10AM
Glad to hear Frankie hasn't got lymphoma - a bit of a worrying time for you all!

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cattyal Plus
13 8.7k 6 England
9 Nov 2018 8:32AM
Phew - that's good news - and hopefully waiting and seeing will end with success.............

Yep - I suspect the Bay has seen better days!
SlowSong Plus
10 7.8k 30 England
9 Nov 2018 4:51PM
Thank you both. He's quite perky today so I hope the new drugs are kicking in. Early days though, but he's worth it. Smile
My neighbour bought me that bay tree years ago in return for doing her a favour. She doesn't know I'm no good with plants. Grin
cattyal Plus
13 8.7k 6 England
9 Nov 2018 9:33PM
Good to hear - let's hope he continues to be perky and gets more so Smile

As for trees in pots - always a bit hit and miss. I had a mahonia in a plastic pot for several years and then I finally decided to plant it in the ground - where it promptly snuffed it Smile
10 Nov 2018 8:20PM
Good news for the boy, but hope they’re not hoovering out your purse too much...we had a stray adopt us years ago, cracking character - absolute nutter, and very affectionate..I guess we’d have done anything for her...and up til then we were dedicated “dog-people”...Smile
SlowSong Plus
10 7.8k 30 England
10 Nov 2018 8:46PM
We've never had insurance. his treatment so far has not exceeded what we would have paid for insurance anyway. And half the time insurance doesn't cover what you need. Luckily for us and him we can afford to pay, but we're not silly about it.
sandwedge Plus
12 2.2k 2 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2018 6:58PM
Very good news in many ways. Grin

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