Four Years Ago Today

Because there are too many memorable dates for me to remember, I add them to my calendar. These include appointments, birthdays, anniversaries, death dates, and others. I know I am not the only one who does this. Sometimes a happy reminder pops up and I smile, sometimes one pops up that brings me to tears.…

A Dog’s Age

When I say I haven’t seen someone in a dog’s age, in simple terms it means I haven’t seen them in a very long time. A dog’s age is an Americanism dating back to 1830–40. It’s a phrase that old folks use that doesn’t make much sense to younger folks. (Then again, younger folks say…

Angels Among Us

The sun was slipping over the horizon and the temperature was falling rapidly. This would be the last hard freeze of the season. Out our back window, we could see two dogs strolling across the point. That’s what we call the wide open space of property next to the woods on one side where it…

When It’s Time

More than one veterinarian will tell you that when they are called upon to euthanize an animal 90% of owners don’t want to be in the room during the process. They will tell you that the animal’s last moments are usually spent frantically looking around for their owners. Here is why you don’t want to…

Where’s Our Mommy?

They find us. We don’t know how but they find us. They ask for help knowing that we will not turn them away. A week or so we noticed a small black kitty hanging around our place so we put out some food and water. Kitty footprints around the bowl and no ‘possum or raccoon…

Sunday With Coco

You never know what’s going to happen around WarmFuzzy’s and Sunday we had another adventure. All four tires on our vehicle were a little low on air and inclement weather was on the way so we decided to drive into town and air them up as one less thing to worry about. We were headed down…

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