Life used to be a little lonely for Max the cat. He’d wander around his house, find a sunbeam and take a nap. Once awake, he’d stroll over to eat, then catch a little drink of water. Once he got his belly full he’d stroll back to the sunbeam or find a comfy spot on his grandma’s blanket and snooze. But then this scary lady cat sitter, started visiting. She’d clean out his litter box and make sure his food bowl was topped off. She’d unplug his filtered water bowl and wash it out. Then she’d refill it with distilled
Imagine walking into your house and you’re greeted by a meowing cat. He then zips in and out between your feet, swishing his tail on your legs. He looks up at your with adoring eyes and plops on your lap as soon as you sit down. That’s what I face every. single. time. I visit Smokey. Is he my cat? Nope. He’s one of my kitty clients and whenever his mom and dad go out of town, I’m his cat sitter. Watch this short video which shows you exactly how Smokey shows his appreciation that I’m here to visit him.
Here in Muncie, Indiana, the weather has been spectacular the last couple of days. I’ve reclaimed my side yard, it was cluttered with bags of aluminum cans I had been collecting for our #SnipClip free spay/neuter contest (winner will be announced Wednesday, November 4); cleaned my deck and put away flower pots and garden decorations; cleaned the dog kennel and got outdoor dog houses and cat enclosures ready for winter. Old Man Winter Is Coming – Tips For Keeping Outdoor Animals Warm Do you have community cats that you care for? Does your dog stay outside all winter? If so,