This will be my last post for awhile. I will be going into Stanford Hospital in early March for a major surgery, and the recovery time will take awhile. But have no fear, I will be back before you know it to pet sit and walk your poochie woochies again before you realize I have been gone.
The weather has been so nice. I recently went to stay at Leo's and his kitty sisters' house for a few days. I brought him out to the country to walk with Rosie one day, and another day I took Rosie to Leo's house to walk together again. Leo is one of those laid back poochie woochies who likes to inspect everything as he walks and make lots of stops. That is ok with Rosie. She likes to do the same thing.
I love being with Leo, Minky, Charcoal, and Harry Potter. They all get along, but they love to play chase up and down the stair. They are like little children. I do have to watch out for little Charcoal. Leo has big paws, so they can hurt Charcoal by accident.
I stayed over at Sassy and Shadow's place for a couple of days too. I was so pleased to see that Shadow and Sassy are finally getting along. They actually touched noses with no hissing. Their mom says they even both sleep on the bed with her now at night. Sassy sleeps on one side of her, and Shadow sleeps on the other side. This is real progress in a fairly short amount of time. It just took patience.
I will let you know when I am well enough to pet sit again. You can watch for my posts here. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers. I will miss all of your babies until I am well again. I will also miss my own babies too. It is going to be so hard to leave them. Take care. Spring is almost here. Have a Happy Spring, get out and walk with your babies, enjoy our beautiful California weather. God Bless. Punkie and Rosie P.S. if you would like to donate to a fund raising campaign I started to bringn my sister out to California to be with me while I am in the hospital, the site address is http://igg.me/at/getpaulatostanford/x/2416664. The money raised will help her pay for a room close to the hospital so she can get proper rest in between staying with me. My sister will be my advocate, and moral support. Any money raised that she does not need will go to the Stanford Marfan Syndrome Clinic so they can help other families stay close to their family member like I need my sister to do. If you cannot donate, remember to pray. I am gaining strength from all of the people who are praying for a safe surgery and good outcome.