Monday, October 3, 2016

Funny sightings at my home !

Just some stuff happening in Tucson.
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 The winter grass is growing like crazy !
It finally is strong enough to be cut.

 Something is hiding in the tall grass.
What could it be ?

 whot is this
i thehamish not knowin'
does' it taste like chkikin'
i thehamish is likin' chkikin'

 must try

nom nomm nom

i thehamish is feelin' somethin'

 kinda' tastein' like chkikin'

 gud

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Goodness an action shot !
Sweetie I don't think your suppose to eat the Pokemon !
You just catch them.

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Just because I can here is your pretty to start the week.
a sweet photo of thehamish 



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Sweet boo boo Oliver
If you look at the ear on the left he has a super tiny hole in it.

thehamish is feeling better. I have taken him off of two meds and decreased one.
He and I are having our "episodes" (as they so nicely call them) more and more with less lag time. 
As the hamish would say...

oh woe is i thehamish
oh woe is me
woe


pokemon. . . parsnip
music. . . What Appears,  Yellowcard

30 comments:

  1. You know, that looks like that cat grass!

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    1. It is called fairway grass for all the winter golfers.
      Take the summer grass down to the roots rake, spread seed a week late poof ! thick grass.

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  2. Glad he is better. One of my weenies was up last night with an upset stomach and she's already removed a few of the stitches on a spot on her foot. Can't keep a bandage on and she won't quit licking. Though they are my world, they are going to be the death of me and, they got me up before light this morning. I don't like that.

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    1. Well he will never get better just holding our own is all I hope for.
      I have seen bandages in my doggie health catalogs that are for chewers. Also neck rings instead of "the cone of shame" that works just the same.
      Sorry about the naughty gud dug.

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  3. Sometimes holding our own is all we can do. always enjoy my dose of Hamish.

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  4. I love the fourth picture of Hamish and the one of Oliver best!

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  5. good for you, ithehamish, for feeling better!

    and what a stunning view from your backyard!

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    1. Well more test on Tuesday for me and Thursday for thehamish.
      We will know more in a week.

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  6. Hi, Gayle!

    What a lush carpet of green you have there! I am very happy to know thehamish is feeling better. I hope it stays that way, and for you, too. He looks like he's enjoying that toy and the picture of him with his pink tongue sticking out is priceless! It's wonderful to see pix of sleek black cat Oliver. Where is his kitty kompanion? Too shy to pose for the camera?

    Enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend Gayle!

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    1. Merida is not always in a place where I can take a photo.
      She is a gud kitty.

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  7. Love that face. Glad he is feeling better.

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    1. He is feeling better. Tests on Thursday.

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  8. I love your sweet baboo. If holding your own is what you need to do, then I wish you the best. Sometimes we can't climb up the ladder, but we don't want to go down, either. My son is here and saw the photos of thehamish. He said, Ooooooo, what a gud dog.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. He is just so sweet. He wants to make friends with the kitties but the fact they are up high and he is going blind in the right eye they are hard for him to see them.

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  9. So happy the Hamish is feeling better.

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    1. He is some what better but like all terries you can't keep them down

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  10. Good old thehamish. So pleased he liked the pokemon (they wouldn't last five minutes here) and is feeling better. xx

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  11. I'm glad thehamish is feeling better. He is looking great and adorable. Love the action shots :-) And Oliver is super handsome. The tiny hole on his ear is so special!

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    1. They both are so lovely we are so lucky to have these sweet kitties.

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  12. You are very kind to keep us up to date on all that's going on around your place, inside and out.

    Thank you, Parsnip. I'm sending my best wishes to you and thehamish. xo (and the kitties, too.)

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    1. Welll. . . I don't go out much pretty house bound so this what I write about, stuff happening at my home.
      So lucky I have such gud dugs and kitties.

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  13. Have the cats settled in now Gayle? I wonder what Hamish thinks to them.

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    1. Yes and no, they are moseying about but if they see thehamish they run for high ground on Adams bed.

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  14. The grass looks like velvet and the Hamish looks happy but am I seeing things or is that a CAT????? I must back track and se what I have missed.

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    1. hahahaha yes son adopted two older (11) black bonded cats.

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