Monday, May 23, 2016
Guess this won't be a fast fix after all.
A while back I bought this trailer at Target for my Ginny Dolls. The scale on the outside is fine, but the interior is a little small for a regular size Ginny. I know some people ended up buying the trailer for their mini Ginnys, but I've never been a fan of mini Ginny. I prefer the vintage Ginnys from the 1950's or the reproduction Ginnys. Anyway, I thought it would work fine in the scenes I enjoy creating for my dolls.
See the new outfit on my doll? I'd been admiring it for a while. I finally bought it.
A week ago we lost Buddy. He was the sweetest cat, but life had become very difficult for him and it was time.
He had actually been our next door neighbor's cat, but he kept coming over to our house to eat with our feral cat. Finally, we put down an extra bowl. Every morning Buddy showed up. One morning he wasn't there. Days went by and still no Buddy. (We didn't know his name. We just called him our Buddy.)
Something told me to look on the Friendswood City website. There was a picture of Buddy. He had been picked up by Animal Control. My husband and I went over to see for sure if it was Buddy. It was him, but he didn't belong to us. So, at the suggestion of Animal Control we told the neighbor where her cat was and told her if she didn't want him we would take him. By then he had been missing for ten days and his time was just about up at Animal Control. She didn't want him so we adopted him from Animal Control and immediately took him to be fixed. From that day on he was an indoor cat. We had him for 14 years.
He was my Buddy.