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These two came to my front door every afternoon at 4.30pm ready for their dinner. Pictured are Black & White and Feral (we gave them all names). There were five cats in total we always fed in our next door neighbour's front yard because Blackie (another one) was timid and always hid under Kaye's car. Me in pink top and my sister, Maureen, in green.
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Jossvb

I agree, health and safety come first.

Pammi

Joss, I would be lying if I didn't say that life without a cat in it can feel quite empty. However, these days I would be worried about my husband possibly tripping over a cat as he is not very steady on his feet therefore common sense has to prevail. ☺☺

Jossvb

Hi Pammi . I know what you mean. We would all like to age backwards. Life without a cat would be quite lonely. My mum lives in a retirement village, if you have a cat or dog when you go in there that's ok, but when the pet dies you are not allowed to replace it, but I have seen people replace them, they seem to get away with it. I think it all depends on your neighbours. The moral of the story is to get a kitten or puppy when you shift in, then you have it for a long time. I couldn't live somewhere without a cat. We have 2.

Pammi

Hi Joss, Yes, I know what you mean. I have rarely met a cat that I did not instantly fall in love with. Sadly, we no longer have a furry kid in our lives as we now live in a Lifestyle Village and no dogs or cats permitted. Besides which, my husband now suffers with Peripheral Neuropathy, where some nerves can no longer send or receive messages from the brain. He is fairly unsteady on his feet so has to be very careful when walking. Would we both like to be 35 again?? You bet!!! ☺☺

Jossvb

I see you are a cat lover Pammi, a woman after my own heart. I would always feed a stray cat if it came to my door.

Pammi

Thank you, Marilyn. Yes, I have done it again. I do try to be very careful but my lower back is bone on bone so if I trip or stumble these days, there is not enough strength in my crappy lower back to stop me falling. Eric had a rotator cuff repair on his shoulder, the same shoulder that he damaged last year and had surgically repaired last August. Unfortunately, this time around he has a lot of pain. Between March last year and up to today he has had six operations. I'm starting to call him the Bionic Man. Never mind, we shall soldier on but at the moment it's a bit like the blind leading the blind.
Thanks so much for your concern,
Pam x x x

canoekaw

I read on Impie's puzzle you fell. Oh Pammi I am so sorry you tripped over a rug trying to care for your husband. Those ribs really hurt. My husband has a new knee and I too rolled up the rugs but now I am able to have them back. My husbands shoulder surgery was very successful I wish you both the best of luck.

Pammi

Thanks soo. Yes, I noticed she had not visited Jigidi for about a month so I figured she had something going on. She has had an awfully hard time and it's one of those cases where you wish you could do something to make it all better but that's not how real life works. I have my fingers crossed for her. ♥♥

soo

Hi Pammi, I noticed you left a birthday message for catslave. I sent her an email before Christmas but haven't heard back from her. I know she was in a lot of pain and was waiting to get some of her problems sorted. If I hear from her I will let you know as we all miss her and her kitties ♥♥♥

Mrs_Quinn_Eskimo

Pammi - I put up four puzzles of Callie today - she was a one of a kind cat in to everything and left big paw prints on our hearts. I took a photo of the poster hanging on the wall of my office so you could see it.

Impie

Keeping our fingers crossed for you both Pammi and wishing you all the best.♥♥
Please keep us updated as we like to know how he's doing and you too of course!
Hugs Impie♥♥♥

nillie

I fully agree with you Pammi...getting old is not at all easy...not at all easy!!!, but this is the only way to keep going...Your great sense of humor is the best partner for making this way possible.
Hopefully your "bad time" is over by now, and better days will soon arrive and stay with you for long...
Best regards to your dear husband.

Pammi

Hi Nillie. Yes, I am fine (now) thank you. Eric's latest operation is now over and he and I have fingers crossed that this will be the last one for a long time to come. 2016 has certainly not been his year, with three operations so far and all for unrelated problems. He sure needs a break from it all. This getting older has its drawbacks for sure but I guess it beats the alternative, eh??? ☺♥☺

Pammi

Dear Impie and soo, thank you girls for your concern, Yes, he had the op yesterday (Thursday) and they say he may possibly come home tomorrow which is great news. It seems it all went well and hopefully all his water works problems will be back to normal. That's what I'm hoping anyway (and so is he). I am sorry I missed Willow's birthday but have not had a chance to get at the computer recently. Never mind, I know there are going to be plenty of puzzles for me to see and enjoy her festivities. Hugs to you both and thank you once again. ♥♥♥♥

Pammi

Hi there Janet. How did you enjoy your visit to Brisbane?? Pleased to get back home again, I'll bet. I know the feeling. I was born in Brisbane and lived there until I was 25 but on coming back to Queensland after living in WA for 25 years, I now find Brisbane quite overwhelming and as for driving there, whoa, it does my head in. I do hope Julian is well after his procedure and you are both once more settled in back home with Miffie and Molly. ♥♥♥

nillie

Hi Pammi, how are you?
I noticed that your comments in your jigidy friends portals were missing.
Hopefully you will come back soon.
My Best Regards,

soo

Hi Pammi, just checking in to see how Eric is doing. Hope everything went ok with his op and that he will be home soon. Take care. Hugs from soo, Milly & Willow ♥♥♥

Impie

Hi Pammi, how are you?....did Eric have his operation today? I really hope everything went well and that he's feeling ok. Having your hubby in and out of hospital isn't easy for you either, believe me I know! Hang in there girlfriend and give our love to Eric and tell him we're thinking of him and hope he'll be home soon.
Hugs from Impie & Goofie ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Hi Pammi, we've been away so I've missed this lovely photo. I'm so pleased that two of the cats found loving homes. Thanks and hugs to you. ♥

Pammi

The one I called Black & White in the picture was the most beautiful gentle soul you could ever meet. When he had finished his food in Kaye's place he always came back to my house (pictured in the background) and would wait at the front door until I came out to brush him all over. He absolutely adored being brushed and would let me pet him and rub his tummy. I sort of wondered if maybe he had belonged to someone who had passed away because he was so loving. Anyway, my next door neighbour, Kaye, told her daughter-in-law about him and she took him home and renamed him Jasper and he had the best life from them on. I would have taken him in myself but I had my eye on this beautiful but pregnant tortoiseshell cat who had recently started turning up for food every afternoon. Before claiming her as my own, I went all around the neighbourhood to see if somebody owned her. To my delight, she then came to live with us and I named her Chloe. ☺☺

soo

How lovely and thoughtful. The cats must have loved you both ♥♥

Impie

Two lovely ladies welcomed by two lovely kitties. Feral's tail is rather short, but I love how the two of them show (tails up right) how much they did appreciate you both bringing them dinner. ♥♥

Pammi

Absolutely right, Rebecca. I have always been a soft touch as far as cats are concerned. ♥♥

RebeccaB

They look really healthy! You made such a difference in their lives. :) They always find the soft touches, don't they? :))

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