Well, it's about time I get a turn to host a post again.
As a quick update, we do have water and we don't have to boil it any more. Hurray! We can all go back to flopping around the hot house and napping without feeling guilty for not helping Jan haul water.
It's Jan's birthday today and since she's huffing and puffing up the hill (getting old, in case you wonder which hill), we thought we would give her a day off to rest and catch up to her age.
But we wanted to share this amazing story with you.
A cat that had its back feet severed by a combine harvester has been given two prosthetic limbs in a pioneering operation by a UK vet.The new feet are custom-made implants that "peg" the ankle to the foot. They are bioengineered to mimic the way deer antler bone grows through the skin.The operation - a world first - was carried out by Noel Fitzpatrick, a veterinary surgeon based in Surrey.
Read the rest of the story and even watch a video of Oscar taking his first walk on his new bionic feet --
Bionic Feet for Amputee Cat
Have a purring and tail wagging day.