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A Home for Hurley
8 hours ago
After 8+ days with us, Missy continues to adapt well. By the end of her third night with us, she had found a great place to snuggle -- on our bed right next my husband! No matter where she is as we go to bed, she always ends up there not long after! Just yesterday, while watching the Olympics, Missy decided it was time to check out my lap; she must have decided the blanket looked very inviting!
Missy's vet visit was uneventful and the doc was very good with her. He recommended maintaining the smaller portions you had been giving her, and she is starting to play more, so the exercise plan is kicking back in.
During our recent sunny weather, Missy found a couple of places where she could soak up the sun ...
She is also enjoying watching the birds, especially the hummingbirds that come to the feeder. She has found two window sills she especially likes to watch birds, one in the front and one in the back ...
The last picture is one of her favorite places to relax when we're nearby.
Missy says "Thanks again for taking such good care of me!"
She is doing well. Picked her up Monday night as I'm sure Dieter told you. My 16 year old son, Thomas, sat in the back seat with her and she talked a little on the way home. We kept her in the laundry room the first night and spent time talking with and petting her. She ate her dinner (dry and wet) and had no problem settling into her new bed. I showed her the litterbox and she has been using it without issue since.
Yesterday, I let her out and let her roam the house with the bedrooms closed off for a portion of the day. She had so much to look at and listen to, she kept moving. No problem getting her 10K steps in!
Today she's been out for most of the day and has found several spots to settle down for a nap. We have several toys and she's found one to her liking, but she's constantly checking out things and listening to the various sounds around. Haven't found a good fishing line yet. We found a kid fishing pole and my husband put a nylon fly on the end but she is disinterested.
She's eating, drinking and using the box just fine.
We just went to look for her and found her on Thomas' top bunk of his bunkbed. He'll like that.