Woman and Ian made it home safely last night, but that is NOT the best thing that happened yesterday. The BEST thing that happened yesterday, and possibly all weekend, is that Big Girl Sarah stopped by my house after work and fed me my dinner around 6:30pm, and when Woman got home around 8pm, she fed me dinner again! I got second dinners! Woman didn't realize that Sarah had already fed me. Oh, it was so splendid. I gulped it down as fast as I could because 1) Mr. Chris taught me how to eat and 2) I wanted to finish my second dinner before Woman realized what had happened. It was way cool. I am excited for Woman to become senile so I get second dinners more often.
Buddy is staying at our house again while his person Nate is in Louisiana helping with the hurricane clean-up efforts. He might be at our house for an entire TWO weeks. That's a long time. Nate works for water management services something or other.
This is Buddy's food container. Can you believe how much food he has? I am hoping to get me a taste or two of what's in that container. Maybe Woman will just drop me into the container and let me eat my way out. I doubt that will happen, but it's something to aim for.
The rest of this post is about the Peoples' trip, so if you come to this blog to read about me, and let's admit that most of you do, you can stop reading now.
The People stayed with Michael and Danita. (Danita is Gammy's sister and Ian's Aunt.) Michael and Danita have two cats; Holly and Hobbs.
Holly is the older cat and therefore the lead cat. Ian did not know this fact, and when prompted by Uncle Michael to share his ham with the cats, he mistakenly gave Hobbs some ham first. Holly was not impressed.
Hobbs is much younger than Holly and likes to play a lot. Woman says Hobbs is lots of fun and has loads of personality.
He also has some very fancy cat furniture. I think I could use some "furniture" like this. I like to climb things too!
The big attraction at Granny's house this year was the baby goats. They're not Granny's goats, but live about a mile down the road. The People walked down and played with the goats every day.
This little guy is Woman's favorite goat. His name is Little Bit because he's so small. He has two different colored goat horns.
This goat most recently gave birth to a baby named Slow Poke. The Gammy tried to milk this goat. The goat wasn't having it.
This goat might have been a little too old for feeding off its mom. Weird.
There were also some horses across the street from the goats. This is Aunt Donna petting a horse. Aunt Donna is a licensed acupuncturist and teaches Qigong. She gave Woman some lessons in keeping her qi moving.
Check out the tiny little frog.
Here is a zoomed out view so you can see just how small it is.
So, things are almost back to normal today, except that Buddy is here. I guess I can tolerate that though. For a while at least.