This morning Blondie, one of my fathers two remaining cats died.
He was quite old, not exactly sure how old as he just turned up in the garden one day about 20 years ago, but we reckon he was somewhere between 22 and 25.
Age finally caught up with him, he had been getting slower for the past year, preferring to staying indoors in the warm on his favourite chair more often than not. For the past couple of weeks he had what seemed to be a cold, the vet had put him on antibiotics and he seemed to improve, but at the end of last week he became sick again, this time with some blood coming from his nose and a lack of interest in food and water. He was taken back to the vet with the feeling he would need to be put to sleep, but the vet thought another treatment of antibiotics would help, and after a shaky start did seem to be working, but over the weekend he was not good and this morning was rushed to the vet as soon as they opened and unfortunately had to be put to sleep, which all things considered was the kindest thing.
He was a wiry little bugger who would chase anything including big rats and foxes, he would spend hours outside in the garden watching and hunting, and often brought trophies from his kills or captures inside for everyone to share, he was such a considerate cat!
Rest in peace Blondie, we all miss you.
I am far too lazy to write about this myself, especially as Mrs BadBunny has already done so on her blog, so have a look here:
Day 1 of bathroom rebuild
Day 2 of bathroom rebuild
Day 3 of bathroom rebuild
Day 4 – not the bathroom
Day 6 of bathroom rebuild
Days 7 & 8 of bathroom rebuild
Day 9 of bathroom rebuild
Day 10 of bathroom rebuild – it’s finished!
I will update this post with links to new posts she makes as soon as she has made them.
All the pictures can be seen here.
A fellow loony I know on Twitter called @R_B_Bastard wrote a pretty cool book called The Green Beam which I thoroughly enjoyed reading, I give it 5 out of 5 carrots rating.About The Green Beam:
A teacher goes missing on a school trip to Dover Castle. Five years later, a boy from the same school finds himself at the same place. He wanders inside an ancient stone tower and is spun unconscious by a blinding, tornado of green light. When he awakes, his school party have disappeared and the world outside seems to have changed. He works out that it is 1979. He must have time-travelled. But then why are the newspapers all dated 2010?
It is available on the Amazon website as a Kindle eBook if you are interested.
Keep an eye on http://failblog.cheezburger.com/sketchybunnies for some creepy looking Easter Bunnies like this one: