Skabenga hurtling across the fairway towards the boundary fence
Skabenga noses the fence while Eddy checks out the weeds in between the grass
The resident horse in the paddock next door. Unfortunately it stood behind the pole!
The past week while nurturing and nursing Ambrose back to health, I became quite concerned: his Dad Ginger and Unca Shadow had been shunning him. Perhaps it was the smell of anaesthetic or the dressing OR the fact that Ambrose growled ferociously every time anyone came near him. Ambrose has never been a needy cat - meaning that he's never needed human contact. In fact, whenever we tried to stroke Ambrose, he'd pull away. He's always had enough cuddling, playing and cleaning from his Dad Ginger and Unca Shadow.
While he was recuperating from the treatment and suffering with pain and discomfort, he allowed me to cuddle and stroke him; even gazing into my eyes as if to say: "why am I hurting so, Mum?"
Yesterday I was thrilled to see that Ginger was licking and cleaning Ambrose like before.
Dad Ginger licks and cleans Ambrose while they sat in a sun puddle in my dining room
I'm linking to Good Fences Thursday here
HAPPY THURSDAY TO YOU ALL!