We got to spend our time out of the apartment downstairs Wednesday. Again, no microwave, but a huge floor to ceiling window and some bushes and plants outside (although they are not doing well in the cold at all) to look at. Quinnie's meows are not too loud, so we didn't bother anyone. And she curled up and was content for much of the day. Except when people came to say hi to her, and compliment her lovely furs. I think she was a hit. We had a water fountain and bathrooms, so we were not thirsty. And the vending machines provided a very surprisingly nice turkey sandwich for me. Quinn had her own foods, but she wasn't much interested in eating.
The worst part was coming home. The apartment was so hot Quinn was overheating badly (all that fur) and I wasn't much better. I spend a good half hour cooling her down with wet towels, and when she felt better I left a cool one on her, and she didn't move for another fifteen minutes, loving the coolness. She's all better. I left three windows open through most of Thursday. Whew!
We are back to normal now, and Quinn had to wait patiently yesterday twice. In the afternoon I went out with a friend and then we had movie night last night. It was the lovely Happy Feet Two. We had some grandchildren in the audience, which was so nice, and everyone enjoyed the movie.
I of course have company coming today for a short while and I think we all would be more comfortable downstairs in the commons. Besides, this place needs a thorough cleaning. And I mean thorough and days. Fall cleaning? I guess. We don't have a cat tree, but I think Quinn will be on a stack of plastic tubs
Hopefully this weekend I can try again with the stupid camera. It sure is frustrating. I wish I had my own.
Quinn will be back this weekend. She isn't really used to all this blogging.
Thanks for your patience waiting for pictures.
I'M not patient. Grrrr.