Spanning 4 generations from the lady who introduced me to her household and placed in the high traffic most-loved area in the dining hall, I have heard conversations, differences and whispers on world affairs to traditions to hand-me-down secret recipes. There are many tales to tell - for the benefit of her grand children and great grands.
31 January 2021
24 January 2021
Winnie could not be seen at her usual various 'on the floor' sleeping spots and sent our human on a panicky hunt for her peering into corners in the MeowYard and MeowRoom.
Taking a breather at the door of the MeowRoom, our human suddenly saw Winnie sleeping up near the window!
Has Winnie been practising jumping up? And does this mean she is feeling better at regaining her strength?
Posted by The Chair Speaks at 3:11 PM 8 comments:
17 January 2021
Winnie, the Slave Driver!
Winnie called! Our human dropped everything including eating (only exception when in the bathroom) and check on Winnie's needs.
Food - check - ample!
Toilet - check - clean!
Still calling? Winnie walked and sat on her bed while staring and calling.
It means she wanted pets and hugs. And so our human had to give her some quick pets and hugs before returning to continue what was dropped mid-way before interruption!
Winnie's the boss and such a slave driver!
She trained her human well! Sigh!
Posted by The Chair Speaks at 3:16 PM 10 comments:
10 January 2021
Winnie called out loud and it sounded urgent!
Our human ran to look for her and found her on the top tier of her hard wood podium for the first time in months. Worried that she could not jump down, our human quickly moved to carry her down.
But before reaching, Winnie jumped down and strutted off with with a walk that said, "I did it! I am tops!"
Posted by The Chair Speaks at 3:33 PM 8 comments:
03 January 2021
New Bed Lining Rejected!
Wanting to make a softer bed for Winnie, our human got a 1-inch thick foam to line the bottom of the bed box and topped it with the usual towels.
Somehow Winnie did not fancy it. She went straight for the top of her carrier which she did not use for some time. Perhaps she did not like the smell of the sponge or perhaps she felt it was too soft and did not give enough stability.
Posted by The Chair Speaks at 4:15 PM 8 comments:
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