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      Thursday, August 11, 2016

02:37 PM - 08/11/2016

The topic: The vet’s office called this morning.


Old, emaciated cat. Gray, tabby female. Tested, negative on all counts, complete blood count, all good. About thirteen years old. The person who found her was going to take her, but changed her mind. So, it was off to Animal Control.

Office manager says "don't call AC, call Dianne, maybe they'll take her".

Sucker light flashes brightly. Getting her tomorrow (too much going on today with the noise from the handymen).

Still working on Tommy. If I knew he was FeLV negative, he'd be in by now. Brat won't go into the carrier or trap. But he will stand at the front door waiting to be let in. He lets me pick him up, but went wild when I tried to put him in a carrier and we didn't see him for three days.

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