We offer cat sitting, dog sitting, dog walking, care for rabbits, chickens, rats, fish and more.
Super busy day!
First of all, I need to apologize for the pictures today. My camera decided to die and this is what it is doing. I just got back from buying a new one, here’s to hoping we don’t have issues with it.
My first order of business was to check on Puddles and Silky. I was surprised when I walked up and found the door unlocked. I started to panic, wondering if it was even possible that I left the door like that, but everything was fine – Mom had just returned early due to the weather.
Next, I made my way over to Georgia, who had an appointment at the groomer.
While waiting for her to be finished, I headed over to City Shelter and helped train dogs in Chako’s CGC program. After that, I picked a bunny up from the vet on behalf of Sacramento House Rabbit Society and delivered him safely home.
Once I left the bunny’s house, it was time to pick Georgia up and then we had our walk. It was a bit chilly but the sunset was gorgeous. I wish my pictures had come out!
I then went to visit with Kiki and Napoleon. We did our little can sniffing and then I chased Napoleon around a bit and did the chores. Someone had kicked litter all over the floor so I vacuumed that up.
My dog needed to be let out so I stopped off at home before going over to Sonia’s house. She’s a volunteer with Sacramento House Rabbit Society and she helped me to get some stubborn mats out of my Peanut Butter’s fur. If you ever need help with bunny grooming, please stop by our one of our adoption days where there are experienced volunteers that can help you for a small donation ($10 is appreciated). The next SHRS adoption day is November 13th at the Petco in Citrus Heights. By the way – THANK YOU SONIA!
Finally, I hopped on over to the store, covered in muddy paw prints and bunny fur to get a new camera.
I am SO ready for bed!