Once again the time has come for Dr Mawaluko to pay us a visit here in Mwadui. This time it's not going to be uncomplicated. The cats in question are between five and seven strays who come to Amanda's house to eat the food which Michael takes her from our Guest House scraps. Although they come running when they see Michael walking towards Amanda's house, they are all as wild as anything. Amanda and Andre and Wessel and Louise' young son, Wessie are going to try and catch the cats tonight, lock them in the travel cages which I have lent her, and then I will phone the vet to come as fast as he can.
One again, the procedures and spaying will take place in our large bathroom. This will hopefully all happen on Wednesday.
One of the five cats which come to Amanda's house and which we help to feed. The others were in the bushes and hedge around the garden and only came forward to eat once we'd withdrawn from the area!
As Firefly from Port Elizabeth observed, I sure like cats. *sigh*
Meanwhile today is 5th November and in South Africa, this day is celebrated as Guy Fawkes. I sincerely hope that the people who let off huge crackers for hours tonight at least stop at a decent hour. My dogs, like all other dogs around the world, hate fireworks. I wish the government would ban this barbaric celebration.
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