Pablo is finally out of isolation. He loves it.
Thank you so much to everyone who donated for the vet bill. I have set some money aside for future potential vet bills and some for the humane society. If I don’t get flaky about it, I’ll keep you updated when I give the HS the donation. Perhaps I’ll sponsor them for Blogathon 2005 this May…
I have always found the PayPal buttons tacky and never thought I would use one and actually solicit money. But something happened once I set it up and set it free. I got up from the computer to fix myself some dinner, and when I came back, a very significant amount of money had been donated. I spent the next two hours wandering about my house in tears.
I called a friend and told her what was happening. “Look,” she said, “I cry to the Gilmore Girls. You cry at the kindness of strangers. Who’s better off here?”
But the more I do this and the more I interact with fellow readers and writers, the less I feel my consorts are strangers. And the less I feel a stranger to you.
Last night I caught Pablo napping on the floor. If you look very closely you can discern which end of the cat we are observing. And if you look very, very closely, you might be able to tell the difference between a fuzzy tail and very fuzzy feet.
Thank you again from a happy, healthy kitty and his humble family.