Hi Angela, I couldn't remember what your Facebook name is. I think my cat is jealous of my boyfriend. He's stayed here overnight for 1 or 2 nights a week since October and she won't let him get close enough to pet her, or feed her or give her treats, but when he was here alone, she went right up to him twice and let him rub her head. Can you give me any advice on how we can calm her down or get over her jealousy? Do you know someone who can help if you can't?
i have been depressed for a week now. it is so severe, i got my period 2 weeks early. my husband passed away 6 years ago today. i came very close to throwing up last night. i'm seriously considering ending the relationship i'm in right now. Simon lives an hour away from me. i don't have any way of contacting him. he tells me that he shares a house with 3 guys (which is very common for Toronto) he says he doesn't have a phone or a computer. i haven't seen him since feb. 9. i suspect he is married because we have never gone outside or on a date in well over a year that we met. i'm not usually this down, but i really need to vent right now.
take care, talk to you later.
The only thing that has me slightly concerned about is the 5 scabs on Honey's back, I also want the vet to keep an eye on her weight, I'm sure she's a good weight now, but I don't want her to develop a weight problem. As for Ivory, I find that it's much easier for me to feed him once a day, and I've only given him bloodworm for 2 days a week, 2 or 3 each feeding. When he gets his bloodworm, it is instead of pellets.
I would suggest to give him one pellet in the morning and one pellet at night. You can feed blood worms about 2 times a wk in the morning and pellets at night. You can fast him once a wk. Good luck with Honey. Please let me know what the vet says. I hope everything is ok. Good night!
Hi, honey still spends more time hiding than usual. On of the care wokers noticed she had 5 or six scabs on her back. Since there's lots of fur in her one paw, we believe she has been scratching her back and causing them herself. Ivory isn't as active as usual for a couple weeks. I think even ivory misses her. I'm having the vet come here next month. I want him to meet honey and check her out.