We had a crazy weekend - lots of cleaning and resting. I literally didn't turn my computer on after Thursday night. The cats are all good - Barney and Kirzon are "bonding" because I was putting some of Barney's chin cream (that he gets when he over scratches) on Kirzon's head bald spot, which Kirzon hates (Barney hates it too). Barney must have felt bad for him because he was trying to help him by licking it off - and Kirzon let him!!
We also had a crazy weekend because on Friday it was almost 70 degrees and on Saturday I woke up to snow on the ground! It was mostly gone by Sunday but it lasted all day Saturday.
So, as you may not know, our Christmas tree is still up (though undecorated) because we couldn't figure out a way to store it (it broke the bin it was in previously). Well, we want to get new couches (I shouldn't even mention it because it is a jinx when I do) and so it has to come down - I got a long bin for the two top pieces (which are too long for the bin) but the third won't fit in any bin we have found. The cats are so interested in the "half tree" because it is just the height where if they stand on their back legs they are taller than it. So they keep wanting to play in it. It is also right by the front patio doors so it makes it a lot of fun for them. Luckily I have time because the couch isn't in stock right now, just the love seat and ottoman.
I found out that the cat of the lady I work with was attacked by a rotweiler this past Friday. She will be ok but is pretty hurt (she was on the patio outside and the rotweiler came up and attacked - it apparently also went through the storm door and attacked a dog a few weeks back). The complex they live in doesn't allow rotweilers and there is a leash law in the town (and state I believe) but the dog was just out running. Now I don't blame the dog, I blame the owners because they obviously trained the dog to attack - I know that any breed can go either way depending on the people who own it (just look at all the cutie pitbulls who blog for examples of good owners who didn't teach their dogs to be viscious to see what I mean - these are total sweetie dogs). My point is that she needs some purrs and grrrs to get better - she is in a lot of pain but nothing is life threatening.