Astral Viking (kriatyrr) wrote,
Astral Viking
kriatyrr

Various yays. And kitties.

 

Yay for vacations. It's so nice to not have to go to work.

Yay for me for getting some chores done - went to the vet to get more cat food. There were no other customers there (aww, I wanted to meet kitties), so I chatted with the person there for a while, about various cat-related subjects.

Next, I stopped by the pharmacy for cat de-wormer. They had three kinds, I picked the one that kills all kinds of worms. Have to give her a (crushed) pill a day for three days. Day one completed without any resistance. Also conversed for a few minutes with the salesperson, her cat had disappeared on Friday, and it cheered her up a bit to hear that my cat had been gone for fifty days in unknown territory, and still returned.

Since I was already at Vinderen and they have a better selection there, I went grocery shopping a little. I now have pistachio ice cream without chocolate chips! Yay! I've been waiting for that for at least a decade now. This is an unusual development, usually when there's something I like, they discontinue it. Like the peach & apricot ice cream, or the teas I used to get from Sweden.

Met a kitty and took photos. Kitty was too shy to let me approach her, but one of the pictures turned out great.

Harriet-san complimented me on the cleanliness of the kitchen today. I think that might be the first time in four years. >_> Anyway, yay.

On my way home, I passed the gardening center about fifteen minutes before their closing time, and got some cheap potted easter lilies, and more bird feed. Didn't see the kitty, but I asked if easter lilies were poisonous to cats, and their kitty was mentioned in the conversation. ^__^

Moral of the story: It's easy to talk to strangers, as long as the subject of conversation is kitties.
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