Meanwhile, back at the ranch a few things have been happening.
BeAnne is very down, refusing to eat and losing weight. The vet checked her over. I needed to know there was nothing sinister going on. I am now obsessed, obviously. He diagnosed depression brought on by the loss of her two “friends” in quick succession. It has been all too much for Her Maj.
When we were south last week we had to visit Pets At Home in Aberdeen to get some cat things. We also bought BeAnne an array of new toys, which she is quite likes.
If you have seen Best in Show (brought to you by the same folk who made This is Spinal Tap) then you will know about Busy Bee.
So we had to buy one for BeAnne. It is to help her through her depression/neuroses. Here is a link to Busy Bee which I highly recommend if only to make you smile because of the film.
BeAnne and I also go for long walks along the road as exercise releases endorphins. She is beginning to turn a corner and plays more with her new toys. Monster is nicer to her as well.
The vet had a bit of a list when he visited – he had to check Monster over too. Last up was gelding Dreki Dragon. It was done and he is still talking to me, just.
What with everything going on, we totally managed to miss Lambie’s third birthday. He doesn’t seem to mind and is enjoying life.
So, that’s us. The Spring grass has started to grow, if slowly, and everyone is very happy.
We are having some lovely sunny days and it is getting warmer.
With that, I bet it snows next week as lambing is in full force.