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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Six Word Saturday


diabetes kitty with sitter - first time

Today, you get more words. Remember Tonya? She was recently diagnosed with diabetes. And several months before that, we planned a weekend trip away. It's probably a good thing because we have the injections under control and it's a very short trip. Also, our cat sitter is very capable of dealing with special needs kitties. And we need a test situation before other trips come up this fall where we need to travel. But I am a wreck. Tonya doesn't like other people. I'm amazed at how well she handles her injections but I don't know that she's going to take kindly to the sitter stabbing her. She sort of tolerates the sitter under most circumstances as long as there's a healthy distance between them. I'm counting the duration of the trip based on the number of injections (5). 

Ack. Hyperventilating already. Me, I mean. Wish us all luck.


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15 comments:

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Good luck! I'm hopeless at leaving pets behind, I'd probably stuff her in my suitcase! I hope you enjoy the weekend: I ma sure she'll tolerate the sitter more when you're not there so try not too worry all the time :)

Debbie at Travel with Intent said...

Good luck! I'm hopeless at leaving pets behind, I'd probably stuff her in my suitcase! I hope you enjoy the weekend: I ma sure she'll tolerate the sitter more when you're not there so try not too worry all the time :)

restlessjo said...

Fingers crossed!

telltaletherapy said...

hope kitty and sitter stick together - thanks for the prompts on Saturday

retired not tired said...

I am sure Tonya will survive. Just enjoy your trip.

Karen S. said...

Oh my, I hope all goes well! Sweet kitty.

Melissa B. said...

Sorry about Tonya. Hope both that you enjoy your time away and that she tolerates the kitty sitter enough to chillax. Happy Saturday!

Tonya Jastad said...

With an AWESOME name like Tonya she is going to do great! I just hope you have relax and enjoy your trip and upcoming trips.

Jim said...

Hi Cate ~~ I am very glad for Tonya that she has you. Lucky cat for "this life" (of her nine). I've known people who have given up long before this amount of care.
Best wishes for Tonya while you are on the road. For both you and the sitter too!
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mlissabeth said...

I hope all goes well for all of you.

when words escape said...

I hope it all goes well! <3

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Oh gosh, I feel for you! Let us know how it goes.

drieskewrites said...

Buckets full of lucky wishes coming your way, Cate. I can understand your worried!

drieskewrites said...

* you're worried

mittens said...

cats do funny things, sometimes, and they can surprise the heck out of you by behaving just the way they need to behave. She may be fine with the sitter, and its best to assume so...the other way lies madness. (fingers and paws crossed anyway)