Friday, March 31, 2006

Cats in a van

They were fine. Not a peep from one cat for almost 6 hours. We loaded up the "Kanyonaro", stuffed it full of L.'s temporary supplies for her 2 month rental. Three cat carriers in the back seat and one smaller one bungeed on top with a seat belt around them and away we went. They were all so good. I'm so proud of the cast of characters. L. was in the worst shape, but she recovered fine after a couple of hours and even forgot about needing to check on the kitties every 10 minutes.

Now I'm in Montreal and it's balmy spring weather. This is my favorite Montreal weather when everyone is out and buzzing around, shaking off the winter blues, cold and cabin fever. This place has such a different hum compared to whoville. It's neither better or worse...just different.

Tomorrow I'll try and get in a run. We still need to move some of L's stuff from our mom's apartment. Mom has a new addition on the back. I'm calling it the meditation room because I think it would be perfect for that. Tonight it is my bedroom and I love it.

Good night I'll see you anon.

5 comments:

red jane said...

Yay! Everyone survived! I figured L. would be a mess for the first little while, worrying, but I am sooooo proud of her and the kitties- and of course, you, for being joe-pro-mover. I love Montreal this time of year, too. I can't explain it either; it has a very unique, special quality as the snow melts, the grass thaws, people hit the mountain and stroll the streets. It's such a great time of renewed energy and reawakening. It's also not long after this time, in May, that I left for good. Maybe that's why I tend to return in the spring time whenever I can.I'm planning an excursion once the pin comes out and I can be mobile again.

Wandering Coyote said...

I heard it was 20C in Ottawa yesterday or the day before. It's so amazing how it can be winter one day and spring - or almost summer - the next. Glad the move went OK, sp.

Anonymous said...

What would I do without S. L has recovered, and the cast of characters are getting into a routine. It gets me up at 3:30, and we all have a little snack, and then a play time! But, it looked promising this morning when a certain little "D" meowed for me to feed him. They are such joys to have with me. Thanks S!! I know this will all be good soon...

Anonymous said...

Come back and get us, cats are galloping up and down the hall all night. I am sleep dprived and stressed. Let the good times roll...L

sp said...

They're just breaking in their new place. No worries.