This site is dedicated to the cats that have choosen to share their lives with me, and the mischiefs they manage to get into everyday. But I still love them!
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Monday, July 30, 2007
Spencer and Hat sharing a sofa!
Hat, Kiki and Spencerr ate at 9pm. Then Kiki left. Spencer was grouchy and crabby for the whole night.
Hat came back at 10pm, and went to bed.
Spencer sulked on the floor.
I carried her to the sofa, because I was watching CSI.
She fell asleep immediately.
Woke up at 4am with a sharp pain down my back and right arm. I couldn't turn my head or lift my arm.
I thought something was very very wrong. I suspected I had sprained myself in sleep. I tried to massage myself to get the movement back, and the pain gradually subsided.
I had problem lifting my arm in the morning, the pain had lessened. I was quite sure I had pulled a muscle, instead of dislocated some joints.
At least I could turn my head, just that it hurt at certain angles.
I went to the clinic, and it being a Monday, the crowd was impossible. After waiting there for one hour, there were still 14 patients in front of me. I went back to work.
Throughout the day, the pain subsided gradually.
I went for a massage after work. The lady said I was all in knots. She kneaded and plumetted for 40 minutes, and I am feeling much better.
I think I should go again this week.
Sunday, July 29, 2007
I always avoid eye contacts with the residents when I feed the cats. And I tend to do it in a corner where most people won't notice.
Sometimes I wear a cap.
Of course the uncle knows me by sight. KindlyNeighbour of course. My next door neighbour. And those guys who watch the birds every morning at the void deck.
But they are at another part of the void deck. The cats don't disturb the birds, and they guys leave the kitties alone.
Macky was sulking, because Calico was not very nice towards him. She slapped him around when he approached.
Muzzy doing the "big" business after breakfast.
Mera seemed very hungry. Sister S said he dectected the presence of Kiki and Hat in our house once he reached the corridor, and refused to take one more step! He smelled faintly of rubbish.