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Old August 23rd 10, 04:18 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
MaryL
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MaryL wrote:

An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little dogs!


One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call my pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of care.


Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate calls?

Joyce

--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet



I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time, she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why she has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand why she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when I
bring it up myself.

MaryL

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Old August 23rd 10, 09:20 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate calls?


I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history of
taking advantage of people.


I see - I didn't realize that. I can see why you'd be suspicious in that
case.

Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time, she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why she has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand why she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when I
bring it up myself.


That is odd. Maybe she trusts you to do a good job taking care of them?

Still, if I were in her place, I'd *have* to know how my cats were doing -
that would be my first question!

Joyce

--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet
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Old August 23rd 10, 09:33 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On Aug 23, 11:18*am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
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MaryL wrote:


An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little dogs!


One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor never
calls to check on their welfare. *I have called her several times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. *I always call my pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of care.


Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate calls?


Joyce


--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *-- Janet


I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history of
taking advantage of people. *Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. *At the same time, she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. *So, I understand why she has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand why she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. *She has called several times to have me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. *I called her about one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the court
house to make arrangements about that. *But no questions about her two
little dogs! *On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when I
bring it up myself.


Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven
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Old August 23rd 10, 10:36 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"Will in New Haven" wrote in message
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On Aug 23, 11:18 am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:
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MaryL wrote:


An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little dogs!


One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor
never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call my pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of care.


Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate
calls?


Joyce


--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet


I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time, she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why she
has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand why
she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the
court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when I
bring it up myself.


Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven

Yes, I'm sure that is true. I'm not trying to exaggerate anything. The
little dogs are healthy and get good veterinary care, but I find it
difficult to comprehend how anyone would turn their pets over for a month
and not at least ask some questions--or even say something about missing
them.

MaryL

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Old August 25th 10, 01:11 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"hopitus" wrote in message
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On Aug 23, 3:36 pm, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:
"Will in New Haven" wrote in
...
On Aug 23, 11:18 am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:



wrote in message


...


MaryL wrote:


An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little dogs!


One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor
never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call my pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of care.


Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate
calls?


Joyce


--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet


I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history
of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time,
she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so
she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why she
has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand why
she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have me
go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about
one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the
court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when I
bring it up myself.


Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven

Yes, I'm sure that is true. I'm not trying to exaggerate anything. The
little dogs are healthy and get good veterinary care, but I find it
difficult to comprehend how anyone would turn their pets over for a month
and not at least ask some questions--or even say something about missing
them.

MaryL


Please understand that I have greatest admiration for you doing these
things for
such a length of time to help neighbor. I would have hired a teen brat
from your
'hood long ago to throw mini hot dogs to the beasts, plus tiny balls,
instead of
doggedly (forgive the reference) plugging along myself with all it
entails. I am
offering an nformative link re several types cardiac valve
replacements. Note the
possible max recovery time "several months".
I forgot how old neighbor is, but her inattention to her pets IMHO is
grossly
understandable due to her age, gravity of surgery, proximity of her
relatives
to *where she is nw*, and yes, last, her habit of taking advantage of
people.
I don't like dogs, period, especially small, yappy, hyper types so
favored by
Tinseltown celebs. Neighbor's dogs sound to me like a PITA. As stated
in
a former post.....not enough $$ to pay me to nurse little dogs. I
understand
Akitas, that's the only kind. Loyal, protective of owner, and quiet.


- - - - - - - - - - - -

Yes, it's a serious procedure. She also had a pacemaker implanted a few
days later. This is her second heart valve replacement. The first one was
done when she was only 24, and she is now about 55. She looks much younger,
but also has some other serious issues--either is or has been a drug
(prescription) abuser and either an alcoholic or close to it. She will soon
need to have someone to take over for me because I will be going on vacation
Sept. 1. Of course, she knows that and supposedly will make arrangements.
I'll check with her mother to make sure of that.

MaryL


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Old August 25th 10, 01:20 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote in message
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"hopitus" wrote in message
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On Aug 23, 3:36 pm, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:
"Will in New Haven" wrote in
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On Aug 23, 11:18 am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:



wrote in message


...


MaryL wrote:


An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little dogs!


One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor
never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call my
pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of care.


Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot
to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate
calls?


Joyce


--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet


I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history
of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time,
she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so
she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why she
has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand
why
she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have me
go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about
one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the
court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when
I
bring it up myself.


Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven

Yes, I'm sure that is true. I'm not trying to exaggerate anything. The
little dogs are healthy and get good veterinary care, but I find it
difficult to comprehend how anyone would turn their pets over for a month
and not at least ask some questions--or even say something about missing
them.

MaryL


Please understand that I have greatest admiration for you doing these
things for
such a length of time to help neighbor. I would have hired a teen brat
from your
'hood long ago to throw mini hot dogs to the beasts, plus tiny balls,
instead of
doggedly (forgive the reference) plugging along myself with all it
entails. I am
offering an nformative link re several types cardiac valve
replacements. Note the
possible max recovery time "several months".
I forgot how old neighbor is, but her inattention to her pets IMHO is
grossly
understandable due to her age, gravity of surgery, proximity of her
relatives
to *where she is nw*, and yes, last, her habit of taking advantage of
people.
I don't like dogs, period, especially small, yappy, hyper types so
favored by
Tinseltown celebs. Neighbor's dogs sound to me like a PITA. As stated
in
a former post.....not enough $$ to pay me to nurse little dogs. I
understand
Akitas, that's the only kind. Loyal, protective of owner, and quiet.


- - - - - - - - - - - -


That's because you've never known a Golden Retriever. Goldens are absolute
sweethearts! My sister had two, but lost one recently. The whole family is
still grieving, including the remaining Golden.

Joy


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Old August 25th 10, 01:37 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"Joy" wrote in message
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"MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote in message
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"hopitus" wrote in message
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On Aug 23, 3:36 pm, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:
"Will in New Haven" wrote in
...
On Aug 23, 11:18 am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:



wrote in message

...

MaryL wrote:

An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little
dogs!

One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor
never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several times
to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call my
pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of
care.

Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a lot
to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate
calls?

Joyce

--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the
diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet

I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history
of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and
she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time,
she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home), so
she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand why
she
has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to understand
why
she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to have
me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her about
one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the
court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them when
I
bring it up myself.

Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven

Yes, I'm sure that is true. I'm not trying to exaggerate anything. The
little dogs are healthy and get good veterinary care, but I find it
difficult to comprehend how anyone would turn their pets over for a
month
and not at least ask some questions--or even say something about missing
them.

MaryL


Please understand that I have greatest admiration for you doing these
things for
such a length of time to help neighbor. I would have hired a teen brat
from your
'hood long ago to throw mini hot dogs to the beasts, plus tiny balls,
instead of
doggedly (forgive the reference) plugging along myself with all it
entails. I am
offering an nformative link re several types cardiac valve
replacements. Note the
possible max recovery time "several months".
I forgot how old neighbor is, but her inattention to her pets IMHO is
grossly
understandable due to her age, gravity of surgery, proximity of her
relatives
to *where she is nw*, and yes, last, her habit of taking advantage of
people.
I don't like dogs, period, especially small, yappy, hyper types so
favored by
Tinseltown celebs. Neighbor's dogs sound to me like a PITA. As stated
in
a former post.....not enough $$ to pay me to nurse little dogs. I
understand
Akitas, that's the only kind. Loyal, protective of owner, and quiet.


- - - - - - - - - - - -


That's because you've never known a Golden Retriever. Goldens are
absolute sweethearts! My sister had two, but lost one recently. The
whole family is still grieving, including the remaining Golden.

Joy


The part about the dogs being PITA was not mine. I have had cats ever since
I left for graduate school (eons ago), but I grew up with dogs and loved
them. We had collies--the Lassie-type--and they were absolutely wonderful
family pets. My sister and her husband had a golden retriever. Again, like
you said, he was a sweetheart.

MaryL

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Old August 25th 10, 04:08 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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MaryL wrote:

"Joy" wrote in message
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"MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote in message
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"hopitus" wrote in message
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On Aug 23, 3:36 pm, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:
"Will in New Haven" wrote in
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On Aug 23, 11:18 am, "MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER
wrote:



wrote in message

...

MaryL wrote:

An "overabundance of energy" certainly describes these little
dogs!

One thing that both puzzles and distresses me is that my neighbor
never
calls to check on their welfare. I have called her several
times to
give
her reports, but she never makes calls herself. I always call
my pet
sitter
every two or three days to check on Holly and Duffy when I go on
vacation,
even though I know they are in good hands and get the best of
care.

Well, she is recovering from heart surgery, isn't she? That's a
lot to
deal with. Maybe she just doesn't have the wherewithal to initiate
calls?

Joyce

--
Basically, I feel like the food industry is making us fat so the
diet
industry can make us thin. -- Janet

I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a
history of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home,
and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same
time, she
is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from
home), so she
probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand
why she
has
not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to
understand why
she
doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called several times to
have me go
over her mail with her, open the ones that look like bills, and make
arrangements for paying bills that need to be paid. I called her
about one
item that looked like a jury summons (and it was), and she called the
court
house to make arrangements about that. But no questions about her two
little dogs! On the other hand, she is pleased to hear about them
when I
bring it up myself.

Maybe she _knows_ beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they are in good
hands with you. So she enjoys hearing about them but has no anxiety
for them.

--
Will in New Haven

Yes, I'm sure that is true. I'm not trying to exaggerate anything. The
little dogs are healthy and get good veterinary care, but I find it
difficult to comprehend how anyone would turn their pets over for a
month
and not at least ask some questions--or even say something about
missing
them.

MaryL

Please understand that I have greatest admiration for you doing these
things for
such a length of time to help neighbor. I would have hired a teen brat
from your
'hood long ago to throw mini hot dogs to the beasts, plus tiny balls,
instead of
doggedly (forgive the reference) plugging along myself with all it
entails. I am
offering an nformative link re several types cardiac valve
replacements. Note the
possible max recovery time "several months".
I forgot how old neighbor is, but her inattention to her pets IMHO is
grossly
understandable due to her age, gravity of surgery, proximity of her
relatives
to *where she is nw*, and yes, last, her habit of taking advantage of
people.
I don't like dogs, period, especially small, yappy, hyper types so
favored by
Tinseltown celebs. Neighbor's dogs sound to me like a PITA. As stated
in
a former post.....not enough $$ to pay me to nurse little dogs. I
understand
Akitas, that's the only kind. Loyal, protective of owner, and quiet.


- - - - - - - - - - - -


That's because you've never known a Golden Retriever. Goldens are
absolute sweethearts! My sister had two, but lost one recently. The
whole family is still grieving, including the remaining Golden.

Joy


The part about the dogs being PITA was not mine. I have had cats ever
since I left for graduate school (eons ago), but I grew up with dogs and
loved them. We had collies--the Lassie-type--and they were absolutely
wonderful family pets. My sister and her husband had a golden
retriever. Again, like you said, he was a sweetheart.

MaryL


Mary, I'd like to tell you about my experiences taking care of two
neighbors cats, but it is too long and involved. Let me assure you,
your satisfaction will come that you took good care of the animals. In
the long run, both of my neighbors really did not even bother to say
they appreciated my efforts. One neighbor asked me to "tend" for 3
weeks -- she was gone 3 months. The other said "a few days" and she
was gone for 6 weeks. I did love the animals and I did take good care
of them. MLB
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Old August 25th 10, 07:55 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"MLB" wrote in message
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MaryL wrote:

Mary, I'd like to tell you about my experiences taking care of two
neighbors cats, but it is too long and involved. Let me assure you, your
satisfaction will come that you took good care of the animals. In the long
run, both of my neighbors really did not even bother to say they
appreciated my efforts. One neighbor asked me to "tend" for 3 weeks --
she was gone 3 months. The other said "a few days" and she was gone for
6 weeks. I did love the animals and I did take good care of them. MLB


Yes, this has a familiar ring to it. As you said, I know the satisfaction
will come simply in knowing that the dogs got good care. This really is not
a difficult task at all--just a longer-term obligation than expected, but
I'm glad I was able to do it.

MaryL

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Old August 26th 10, 02:03 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
MaryL
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"Kelly Greene" wrote in message
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"MaryL" -OUT-THE-LITTER wrote in message
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I'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt, but she has a history of
taking advantage of people. Her doctors said she could go home, and she
feels well enough to go shopping, go to movies, etc. At the same time,
she is in Houston (close to her doctors but about 150 miles from home),
so she probably feels more comfortable staying there. So, I understand
why she has not come home in-between appointments but find it hard to
understand why she doesn't inquire about her dogs. She has called
several times to have me go over her mail with her, open the ones that
look like bills, and make arrangements for paying bills that need to be
paid. I called her about one item that looked like a jury summons (and
it was), and she called the court house to make arrangements about that.
But no questions about her two little dogs! On the other hand, she is
pleased to hear about them when I bring it up myself.

MaryL


Why not offer to drive the dogs to where she is staying? Or ask her to
send someone up to get them? It sure sounds like she's taking advantage of
your kindness to me.
--


That would be impossible. She could not keep dogs where she is staying.
They are probably better off staying in their own home with a large yard,
anyway. I really do not have any problem taking care of them (although it
will soon come to an end when I go on vacation). I simply regret that she
is not showing more interest in them.

MaryL

 




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