It was an instant hide-and-go seek game with the cats, just add crates.
As soon as those metal doors were opened, there were no cats to be found. Thank god we only live in 454 sq. ft. of Our Closet. It wasn't too hard to find them.
But the salmon did the trick. It would do it for me as well.
Once in their miniature jail cells, it was time to bring all 5 of the Fuzzy Family to the vet for their Dominican Republic shots.
We got a sneak preview of what the hell will be like on the moving day.
From the pure terror these little buggers experienced, within the moments of us putting them in, there was piss and shit in one of the cages.
We'll have to bring along a lot of borax. Or maybe a million towels that we can just lay down and throw away once the panic has set in for ~ ahem ~ certain cats. I won't name the offender, so that this fluff ball won't be embarrassed by having their name spread in the interwebs for life.
There seemed to be a well choreographed, "I'll take this, you take that," and "I'll get the doors, and you take this."
Sometimes, Papi and I have communication troubles, but not yesterday. We were totally in synch.
And today I am totally in pain. I kinda knew my bitch of a back would give me grief after everything I did to it yesterday.
Oh, it wasn't just the animal kingdom we had to deal with.
I've never had so many things on a to-do list in my life.
Then came the Halloween fireworks. The Golden was under the bed when I first woke up today.
Well, 'woke up' is not quite right. I do say 'first' woke up because there are 3 layers to my 'wake up'.
1. Move my body from the bed to upright position, and follow my feet through to feeding the Fuzzy Family to shut those cats up before there is a murder.
2. Shove my body into whatever is handy and brave the piss pouring rain with the dogs so they can have their comfort before I do.
3. Drink my mother fucking coffee.
I am still nursing my coffee, begging it to bring me to life.
The new pills are kicking me in the ass. There will be no more appointments made before 1 p.m. if I can help it.
Anyway, I'm scattered, tired, aching and really am just putting one foot down after another.
Well, there was one thing we did that wasn't on the to-do list.
Remember how Papi is a bull in a china shop? He found a shop en route that would take him in on a whim, and he now has knuckle tattoos.
This is going to narrow down the job search options.
He likes to think it makes him look like he's been boxing.
Of course, I reminded Papi that if he gets tattoos, then so do I, Hence, there will be another appointment added to the list for me.
i deserve health, energy and calmness