This is a dog we saw in Hastings High Street the other day walking with his human. He had a lead made from scarves tied together and his human carried a piano accordion on his back. Where do you think they were going? I think they were going to find a street corner to busk in order to earn some money to buy food. Some dogs lead very interesting lives - some cats do too.
This is the graveyard of a very old church in the Old Town, Hastings dating back to the 14th century. Among other things, it is famous for being the church where Dante Gabriel Rossetti married Elizabeth Siddal who was his muse and wife before she died an untimely death from laudanum (and possibly a broken-heart). The tombstones here are so old you can no longer read the inscriptions (not that I can read anyway) but the grounds are especially good for mousing and ratting. Now I am almost back to normal I quite fancy a bit of mouse for supper.
Dear Pals, thank you for all your very kind thoughts and wishes recently, it really helped my humans as they were feeling very concerned about me. Apparently there is a rather nasty cat flu bug circulating in the area and a number of cats have been poorly.
I managed to eat something yesterday and had a good breakfast this morning (and a good lick-bath too) so am looking better, am feeling better and definitely on the mend. I am also looking very slim and actually weigh less than Birks at the moment.
We do appreciate all your support and advice as it really did help us, you are such good blogging friends.
Faz is still very weak and not eating again, so vet tomorrow for the poor girl. We have tried tempting her with all her favourite types of food but she just isn't interested. Her beautiful fur is dusty and unwashed which is so sad to see.
Glad to hear from people who had the same foaming at the mouth problem with their medication as it has reassured us that it is not so serious. Your support helps us so much.
Faz is still poorly but did manage to eat some food last night so we are hoping she is on the mend. The medicine the doctor gave her made her foam at the mouth which was a little distressing but does seem to be helping.
We will let you know if she starts to improve further.
Thank you so much for all your kind thoughts, advice and purrs.
Birks here. Just thought I would let you know that Faz hasn't been very well. She has a sore tummy and won't eat (even her favourite foods) because it makes her throw-up. She went to the vet yesterday and they think she might have gastric flu so they gave her an injection and the humans have to give her Zantac three times a day. Faz is getting quite thin and is even more bad tempered than usual but I hope she gets better.