Zoe and I spent most of the weekend in the air conditioned comfort of our grandma and grandpa's house. We have air conditioning at home, but only in the bedroom which is Georgia's room, so we were pretty glad to go especially since I think it was somewhere around 4000 degrees here.
Georgia stayed home with dad and was very happy to be an only cat for a little while. Dad says she is much more talkative and friendly when we're not around. But now that we're back we seem to be getting along ok still. Georgia's violent outbursts have gotten much better and are now more like tapping and walking away and I'm not bothered by it much anymore. Sometimes it's confusing though because I think she wants to play.
Mom regrets not bringing a camera this weekend because we had lots of fun. There was a big yard to play in and lots of birds to watch through the windows. Zoe and I liked to spend time with Spence, Grandma's dog. Bailey, the kitty there also tolerated us with no problem, which is unusual. Mom thinks Bailey isn't doing too well and that might be why. She is 17 years old and was just diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and she weighs only 4 pounds. The vet says she's not in pain though and hopefully her medication will help her gain some weight. Bailey has been mom's cat since mom was only 8 years old and she's pretty worried about her.
Younger Bailey before she got sick:
Our friend Spence: