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Farewell to the Greeks

And to Harley.  Their last 2 cultures stayed clear for a week each and no new lesions.  They’re staying there and are available for adoption this week.  If there are leftovers, they’ll be fostered at a cleaner house.

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Posted by on December 14, 2017 in 2017-Greek Food, 2017-Harley

 

Getting Old

The twice a week washings are getting old, as are the kittens.  Each time, they get a new box challenge: this one they cannot fit inside but I can put a marble in it as a challenge.

I dunked the scale (by mistake) too many times, so I bought a new one.  It came with a box.

Backs and sides of books I feel I can run bleachy water over, but not the tops.  Bob figured out a nifty way to close one book case.  I have the other side blocked with a board and tape, but this is way nicer.

 
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Posted by on December 3, 2017 in 2017-Greek Food, 2017-Harley

 

Oh, To Be Free

Thursday  starts a new 2-week culture cycle.  The only place they can’t yet reach is the loft and maybe inside the closet.

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2017 in 2017-Greek Food, 2017-Harley

 

Too competent

They have been able to jump onto the white table and get into the (formerly) blocked Zone of Junk.  So I removed the shelves that made a stairway up to the pin-board and all the junk I didn’t want to bleach each kitten bath day.

On the plus side, I found Em’s passport.

 
 

Hit The Sack

Some hit the sack, some hit the bag.

 
 

Water Babies

Although they really are not babies any more.

They had 2 week-long cultures look good, but the vet saw a new-to-them lesion on Kabob. It’s already regrowing hair, so I have a little hope.

 
 

Mr. Casual

Just a picture of a cat (or 3 or 4) sitting on my lap.

 
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Posted by on November 18, 2017 in 2017-Greek Food, 2017-Harley