- Nov 5, 2011
It took me two years to start to earn the trust of our matriarch two locations ago. So it's not surprising to me at all that Honey has been wary. Your letting her in when she needed shelter was not lost upon her. She is thinking about you differently now that she knows you will do this.
*Keepin' that kitten warm!*Well, now she's got two big peices of styrophme on each side of the house, to help keep it even warmer. Which is good, because we're going to have another very cold weekend, & a possible dusting of snow! It's not very likely, but getting down to the 20's at night tomorrow! (Sat).
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Good idea I was checking out a few sites. I will make one for him tomorrow.zed xyzed THANK YOU for making sure he has food and water! and there are so many suggestions, ideas and tutorials for making warm shelters that don't cost a lot but are cozy and comfy for them. One of those storage boxes from a big box store, lined with warm blankets/bedding and/or a self-heating pad (I don't advocate to use anything electrical where moisture may be involved) or even straw and a blanket can be warm and reassuring. Leave the top on and cut a door in the side; smooth or sand the cut edges.
You can come visit up here since it was 12F this morning and 1F with the windchill factor. Even Carleton sleeps in our bed all night when it's this cold. He knows a warm, comfy bed when he sees it.It's very hot here in la-la land (currently 84F at 5:06 pm) and we are looking forward to a return to winter.
We'll gladly weather-swap with you, neely !You can come visit up here since it was 12F this morning and 1F with the windchill factor. Even Carleton sleeps in our bed all night when it's this cold. He knows a warm, comfy bed when he sees it.
Another hello to Panther and Kelly - no news is good news or so they say! Hope Honey is doing well too.