Monday, July 22, 2013

A peaceful Sunday

For once today, Mr Zurik did not make a fuss or "cari pasal" with Vincent.

There was peace at the patio as everyone bad breakfast.


The after-breakfast sojourn.

There is peace.


Heidi came much later in the morning.

Last night, she stayed until midnight.


This morning, she hung out at the basketball court to accompany my husband as he did his exercise.

I'm inclined to think that Heidi has been abandoned. We had never seen her before prior to this and she is friendly to humans. I think she is trying to find a home. I have already written to my neighbourhood e-group to ask if anyone knows which house Heidi comes from, failing which I will endeavour to get her adopted if she is pregnant. If not, I will get her spayed. But I think she is pregnant, so would anyone like to adopt Heidi so that she will have a safe place to deliver her babies? I'm planning to take her to the vet sometime next week to have her checked up.


She still doesn't eat any kibble at all, only wetfood.


Willy is doing well. I'm planning to take him to the vet tomorrow or Tuesday. Tomorrow morning will be his last dose of Clavomox. That would be 7 days of Clavomox for him.


Yes, Timmy, it's a Happy Day!

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Doesn't Ginger look sweet in this photo?



Cow Mau knows he is entitled to special privileges whenever Ming-Yi comes back!


Naz said...

The patio family now have 3 tabby members...sometimes it really hard for me to differentiate each of them! *needs zoom in lens to check the markings*

chankahyein said...

Yes! LOL! I have to look closely too!

Chen said...

Timmy Baby!!! He is a love magnet, that one.

Jasmine said...

Dear Sis Kah Yein,

I always love photos of Timmy and his happy stints LOL! And yes, Ginger looks really sweet in this pretty garden scene with flowers strewn on the grass :) And the Cow Mau is adorably cute on the lap of your very sweet, pretty daughter. You are truly blessed with a good and lovely family! :)

chankahyein said...

Thank you for your kind words, Sis Jasmine! We are fortunate to have the opportunity to take care of the patio family (and it seems to be growing!).

Freyia said...

Owhh..this is so cute and sweet.
Everyone has accepted Mr. Zurik

Jasmine said...

All these previous stray cats are drawn to your abundance of metta and have settled in comfortably in your home with so much of loving care from you :) I'm not surprised that they keep coming and growing in numbers!

chankahyein said...

If they live peacefully, it's definitely okay, but if they don't, we have to intervene to do the necessary too. Mr Zurik "cari pasal" again today...sigh. And Heidi can be a contender too (pls read latest post about her, publishing soon.)