Yeah, yeah, I know. I think I'm smarter than everyone else, and I think my cat is smarter than everyone else's cat too. Surprise surprise! The LitterQwitter instructions clearly state that you must remove the litterbox when you introduce the kit, but I didn't. Why? Because I think I'm smarter than the creators of this … Continue reading Slowly but Shirley
Here we are at the next stage of Zena's potty training! So far, we've given her about two weeks with the flushable litter. I don't know if it was really necessary, because she didn't even really seem to notice the new litter and has continued to use the litter box with ease. I like to … Continue reading Transitioning to the red tray
I actually like cleaning out the litter box, said no one, EVER. We love our cats, but when it comes to cleaning litter boxes, there never seem to be enough eager volunteers. Shocking, I know. In the beginning, when we first rescued an orphan kitten we named Zena, I did actually finding it satisfying to … Continue reading Zena’s Toilet Training
Pets mean the world to us, especially to those of us who haven't tackled that whole having children thing yet. That's why it's so astonishing to see self-proclaimed pet lovers hurt their animals. Fortunately, most forms of animal abuse and neglect can be avoided with a little education and a willingness to be inconvenienced from … Continue reading Aminals
It's been a few years since I added any new content to this blog, but those days are over. I've missed writing and sharing my thoughts, and I've realized my life isn't quite whole without my journal. In the past, I've written through a need to share my suffering, and it's exciting to switch gears … Continue reading I’m back!
My views are meek when compared to the mighty strength of Them, Who are constantly swirling about my Universe. I say, “Let them marry,” But am silenced by the stares of horror and disbelief. I say, “Let mj be legal,” But am silenced by dropped jaws. I say, “No,” to the Man, But am silenced … Continue reading Right
For years now I’ve believed. One painful leap at a time, I’ve stripped my consciousness Of the negative, condemning beliefs That I once created as protection From disappointment and devastation. I’ve yanked hope from a place of dread, Till it began to fall like rain in spring. As it became easier to have faith That … Continue reading Reality lives beyond illusion