Not His Usual Location


I hope he doesn’t get too comfortable in here or think he’s getting in my bed!!!

Casper was neutered today. It was actually Coco’s original spay appointment, but we found a vet who could do her faster in the city. I kept the appointment–or actually, Casper kept the appointment, and got neutered. Now I’ve got all the cats and dogs on the farm fixed. It’s a golden moment–everybody fixed! Nobody in-waiting for fixing! No puppies, no kittens! I’ve got a moratorium on any new cats or dogs here.

I’m holding me to it.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 31, 2011  

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  1. 5-31

    Hooray! Glad you got that out of the way. Now you don’t have to worry about anything breeding but the goats. And chickens. And ducks. :D

  2. 5-31

    You may not have any babies from your current group of cats and dogs, but I have no doubt that new cats and dogs will find you. They always seem to! They know a good thing when they find it. :purpleflower:

  3. 5-31

    awwww, they’re so angelic when they’re asleep…

  4. 5-31

    Oh, I hope Casper feels better soon :) :) There’s one black mama cat that roams my apartment complex. She’s had at least four litters since I’ve lived here. My next door neighbor tried to get her fixed after this last litter. While she’ll let my neighbor pet her and give her food. She REFUSED to go into the pet cage. So she’s pregnant again…and will have another batch of kittens soon :) Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :) :sheepjump:

  5. 5-31

    Whew! I was afraid something else had happened to him, since he was in the house. He’ll be all better soon! You do a wonderful job of takng care of all of your animals.

    BTW, pretty doggone hot all of a sudden isn’t it? Now we’ll be wishing for the rain that we wished would go away!! :wave:

  6. 6-1

    What a relief… good for you! Poor poochy, maybe a cookie will help.

  7. 6-1

    Awww, sleepy puppy. I’m sure he’s up and at ’em already. Good job getting him fixed.

  8. 6-1

    Great news! Now I need to get on the band wagon and get mine done. My female cat Scar (Yes she is a girl…long story on the name) Had a litter, 2, kittens and I am shopping around to find somewhere that will spay her and her kittens….with out costing an arm and a leg. You would think at some of the prices I am asking for me to be spayed!

  9. 6-1

    Best thing for everyone! Good job.

  10. 6-2

    :snoopy: yay!!!! I <3 spayed/neutered animals. Anyone else looking to fix their pets should check out: Good job and congrats! :woof:

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