Salty Solution!

Hello and welcome to The Sunday Selfies!

We are joining The Kitties Blue, from The Cat on My Head blog, for the weekly celebration of blogs and bloggers from across the world, and across the species.

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Hello, and welcome to the 5th selfie of the New Year.

In the spirit of keeping fit, and helping the invalid get better – you know, fresh air and the like – I have had Mrs H out and about, doing housekeeper-style things: gardening, cleaning the guttering, shopping and sweeping the slime off the flagstone courtyard. I can now definitely confirm that a grappling iron, a torrential downpour and a broom are no substitute for a pressure washer, plus you have to dry your housekeeper out too!

Anyways, on with the show!

Mrs H is back in her bed and drying out, and I was ministering to her needs. In this week’s selfie, you can see me making sure the invalid’s water was the right temperature and depth. Later I shall be adding a goldfish to make sure the jug stays clean, and to provide Mrs H with some entertainment whilst in bed . . .

. . . . not that she should need anything extra with yours truly around!

     Thank you for visiting us this week. If you have any advice, hints and tips on the best aquatics for a small moveable pond, aka a jug, please do rush them to me via the comments section below. I promise I will spend the rest of next week testing them out on Mrs H – the ones she doesn’t swallow or choke on will be the winners.

PS. I did suggest saltwater life forms for the jug, but Mrs H said the salt part would make her sick; sounds like freshwater crabs it is! MOL

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9 thoughts on “Salty Solution!

  1. How about using your paw to keep the water running, Purrincess…I always do that and it’s furresh always…MOL…Healing Pawkisses to Mrs H and purrayers that she heals up soon and for you Extra Pawkisses for being such a great nurse🐾😽💞

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  2. I like the solution Erin. Mrs. H has entertainment, drinking water and a snack if the spirit moves her. You are so thoughtful. I’ll give her the recipe for Mousie, Mousie, Meow when she feels more inclined to catch supper.

    Shoko

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  3. As always Erin, you be lookin’ gawjus. As fur aquatics, we kind’a like the little froggies, or maybe a beta fish. Good luck with that. We’ll be sendin’ purrayers fur Mrs. H to feel better real soon. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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