Today is Izaak’s second birthday!
Zak was a bit taken aback by the flame on his birthday candle.
But since we have a show in two weeks, probably best not to get his whiskers all singed and twisty.
Zak’s birthday present was a catnip fish that was supposed to flop around like a live fish.
Turns out, the site was a scam, and the fishes don’t move. They’re just stuffed catnip fish.
…Zak didn’t care. He loved the fish, with or without gimmick.
Unlike last year’s birthday, Zak was not as hesitant to tuck into his non-raw birthday cake.
Happy second birthday, Izaak!
So, you may have noticed there’s a new social media challenge meme going around. Of course I had to do it…and of course, I had to do it with Jacoby. So…here you go: Jake’s profile photos on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder.
This week I discovered an interesting Giant Military Cats. As you might guess, it features giant cats Photoshopped into military settings.
Well. Challenge accepted! And I knew just the photos I wanted to use. So…
…here you go, Giant Military Lorelai.
Lorelai loves to bury herself under our duvets.
And Izaak loves to attack the moving lump under the duvet.
It’s so funny to watch him stalk the lump.
I really should have made a video of this…it was so funny watching Zak try to predict where the lump would go next.
Alfred comes to try to help. Spoiler alert: He isn’t helpful.
By the time Dashiell shows up, Rory has admitted defeat and popped up from under the duvet.
Is it just me, or does Zak look disappointed?
So, on our way to see Frozen 2 downtown, I couldn’t help but notice a power box decorated with the very lovely Castle Cats.
I had no idea what they were or what they referred to, and come to find out that they’re part of a video game designed by PocApp Studios, based right here in Skövde!
How cool is that? I am not much of a gamer, but I may have to check out this game!
Last week,Loreali went to the vet to have some sores on her ears and head checked out. This first photo is at the bus stop; you can see the general lack of winter we’ve had in the background.
Rory rode the bus like the pro she is, and I didn’t need to let her out during the ride.
We got to the vet early and were ushered into our exam room.
While we waited for the doctor, Rory investigated Dashiell’s carrier, which we used for the trip today.
Then the nurse came in and left the scale on the table. Of course, Rory had to investigate it, and it had some interesting smells.
Apparently, they were VERY interesting smells!
But at the end of the day, Rory’s skin issues were most likely related to her early, temporary, heat.
So her issue was hormonal, and not contagious. GREAT to know!
Of course, right at the end of the visit, Rory got a little naughty. What can you do?