Sickness, Campbell, and Kitty

Good morning.

I hope everyone is doing well on this Moon Day morning.

Here, I’m feeling rather bleh!

I hate to be negative. Goes against all I stand for but this morning I’m finding it hard to do anything else.

First, I’ve got a horrid cold. You know, the kind that stuffs your head, makes you cough nasty junk, and causes you to talk like an angry crow? That’s what I’ve got and it happens every year at this time without fail.

That alone would be enough to drive down one’s spirits I know but if it were the only thing going on I could deal.

Campbell had surgery on Friday to remove a growth from his eye and while he came through the surgery fine, he had to remain at the vet, is still there and won’t come back home until tomorrow.

Then on top of everything else, week ago Sunday a couple of kitties came to me. I named one Mabon in honor of the season, and one Winter because he had a thick soft coat that made me think of the Winter season to come.

Soon though Winter had gone and there was no sign of him anywhere. Mabon however began coming inside, made himself quite at home and only went out for short trips to the kitty potty in the gravel turnaround out back. I was just getting ready to make an appointment to have him fixed when he vanished.

Saturday morning around 5 I let him out for his quick kitty morning romp and then feeling badly went back to sleep. When I awoke he was not at the backdoor as usual. He has not returned.

I’d like to ask for get well energy for Campbell and me and return to me energy for Mabon. I miss him badly and am trying hard not to cry for him. He is quite literally a male Celine Kitty. Some of you may remember her. Celine was a little tabby shaped long and lanky, and Mabon is the same. She had bit stick up ears, wide to catch every sound, and so does Mabon. Her tail was long and slightly puffy and so is Mabon’s. His disposition was similar to hers as well. In fact, when I asked him if he were a male Celine he meowed and MURRPED at me and the thought came into my head that he knew of her.

When I thought of it I felt her spirit as well as Rowdy Dog and Bob Cat’s dancing round me.

I really would like to have Mabon back.

Anyhow, thanks to you all for your love and blessid be.

 

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6 Responses to Sickness, Campbell, and Kitty

  1. I don’t comment here often, but wanted to say I hope you feel better soon, hope Campbell is making a full recovery and is home soon, and hope Mabon returns. I also hope nothing bad happened to Winter.

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    • Patty says:

      Hi Victoria.

      Thanks so much for reading and for commenting. Of all the Campbell Kingdom I believe King Campbell is doing the best. He is being pampered and spoiled as only a King Labrador can. His vet is one of the best in the land and I know they’re taking wonderful care of him.

      Thank you for the good well wishes. I do not remember when I’ve sneezed so much. I just now told someone I’m messengering with that I believe my nose needs duct tape to keep it on.

      As to Mabon and Winter, I’m quite worried. I’m hoping that both return. I’d hoped to get Winter another home. He was never fond of Campbell, didn’t like being in the house with him but for a while he’d been living out on my back deck with no issue. Then suddenly about Wednesday last week he disappeared, and now Mabon has gone. Worries me to no end.

      Should I catch the two again they’re coming into the house like it or no and both are going to vet to be fixed.

      I’d planned to have Mabon fixed first of Oct. Still my plan should the little brat come back.

      I know male cats who aren’t fixed are bad to go off on tom foolery and so I hope they get themselves home soon.

      Thanks again for reading and have a great day.

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  2. Bless you, Patty–literally and in the spiritual way. I pray for the quick return of your good health, and King Campbell’s as well. As for Mabon and Winter, male cats who are not fixed tend to rove and roam, so I hope those bad boys make their way home to you soon. Perhaps you should have named them Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. 🙂

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    • Patty says:

      LOL! Maybe I shall change their names LOL. Cracked me up. Yes, I know, they are terrible. And no matter what, if a female is to hand I should say to paw they are not coming home till they’re good and worn out. LOL. I thinking Campbell is doing best of all. He’s being pampered and spoiled at Cetera. He will be home tomorrow. He could’ve come home today, but I had an appointment, and needed one more afternoon to rest up before he came home so I asked him to keep him until tomorrow. Trying to get the energy to finish cleaning up the house before he gets here. Don’t know if it’s going to happen or not. LOL.

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  3. Sending Angels with healing in their wings

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