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Some thoughts from a kitty's perspective

April 20th 2013 3:31 pm
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The wonderful thing about Tiggers is Tiggers are wonderful things! Their tops are made out of rubber, their bottoms are made out of springs! THey're bouncy trouncy, bouncy, trouncy fun fun fun fun fun! The most wonderful thing about Tiggers is...getting to see my friends! We have missed you! The bad rain messed up my basement, but I have been the brave explorer & wandering around while Mom is changing out towels to hold back the seeping. Oh and there are dry areas where she has stuff stacked, so I have places to climb & explore. I go nest month for my heart checkup. can you believe I will be 5 years old? Mom still remembers the day I decided to come live here like yesterday. It has been a sad week between the bombings, and Texas & the rain here in Chicago-land. We are lucky - even though Mom & The Dad were up all night for 2 days with the shopvacs & throwing blankets down to keep the water contained - there are those with feet of water in their basements. It is all perspective. Can't wait to start catching up on everyone too. Maizy is good, Felix is pretty good, and poor Smitty has to have surgery - but hopefully it should be ok. Well, off to start looking at diaries & the forums to see whats what! BOUNCY TROUNCY Tigman!


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Purred by: Lena (Catster Member)

April 20th 2013 at 4:46 pm

Thankfully we've avoided any damage or flooding but if we lost power things would have been much worse. A tree across the creek has some roots exposed. If it falls down it will snap the power lines! At least the water is going down.
Purred by: Meep (Catster Member)

April 21st 2013 at 8:21 am

Glad to hear you are safe. It's been a scary week out there for sure.
Purred by: Calísta (Catster Member)

April 21st 2013 at 11:12 pm

ugh-floods are horrible things...where mom and I were born and raised was hit really hard in the Flood of 08. We had just moved to TX months before, but mom was so sad to see so much of her history washed away. And basements are so hard to keep dry even in a lesser flood. It's so stressful! We hope things are back to normal for you soon!

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