With show bag ready yesterday for tomorrow I am none too pleased that Luna Lovegood left her mark on the show bag, now the whole lot has to be washed again - thank you Princess I needed another job to do - good job I love her.
I have babies booked in for spaying and neutering on Monday and Friday. I can honestly say it's hard work with these babies but I love each and every one, who have such adorable personalities and some with their funny little ways. Peskipiksi the tiniest kitten ever has a thing for plastic bags - new Mom be aware, Filius Flitwick loves to watch the tray being cleaned out while Ginny Weasley has the use the tray every time I am emptying it. Enzo loves shoes he gets that from his Dad Nowa. Hermoine loves dashing about and Quibbler is a bundle of fun and the most talkative of the bunch. Crookshanks has turned out to be the purr machine and just adores to be fussed and cuddled and talked to, he'll reach up to my face and then insist on examining my eyes. Most of them seem to love a cup of tea, I drink coffee so Sam has to share with them lol. Who haven't I mentioned, Honeyduke is a gentle boy and so sweet, needing lots of love while his Sister Nargle is a fruitloop, lets hope Longbottom is prepared for her and whatever will the cows make of her!!! Now Theodore Nott is a giant baby who loves to play and is usually being attacked by Peskipiksi less than half his size, he is growing into a fine boy whose coat needs to soften a bit but Arabella Figg more than makes up for that, she is so soft and sweet, always looks too perfect to be real, which leaves Madam Puddifoot who can be a right little Madam, she is the fasted through the lounge door and up the stairs at every opportunity, straight under my bed giggling away because we can't get her - little Madam she is known as, Time Turner sits on my shoulder sometimes and keeps my neck warm, as she is staying here we had to chose a pet name for her which is Izabella, said in an Italian accent like Aro says in Twilight - not seen Twilight you won't have a clue what I'm on about and think my cheese had slid off my cracker.