Over at Ink-Stained Wretches: Coconut Oil and Cat Bites and Other Stuff

Waiting outside the vet’s while Ernest the Cat has blood drawn for a fructosamine check and playing with the Chromebook, always a pleasure since Chrome so rarely lets me log in on the first, second, or third try. Today it was fourth.

Why do browsers tell you to use your old password when the reason you changed your password in the first place was that you couldn’t remember the old one? Today I did remember the old one but Google didn’t believe me. It took a while to convince it I was me.

But no matter. I’m in.

Instead of complaining further, I’ll say that last week I posted at Ink-Stained Wretches. You might like to click over and see what was what. (About the same as what’s what now.)

You’ve possibly read bits of the post here before, but most of it is new, concerning 1) a brief update on my progress at reading all forty-seven of Anthony Trollope’s novels this year, and 2) the connection between coconut oil and cat bites.

Here’s a link to that post: William Bit Me. Again. And Jenny Kissed Leigh Hunt.

P.S. The drawing at the top of the page doesn’t represent Ernest. Ernest doesn’t bite. So far.

3 thoughts on “Over at Ink-Stained Wretches: Coconut Oil and Cat Bites and Other Stuff

    1. Thank you for the heads-up, I will NOT put coconut oil on my legs. I do not need that kind of trouble. Now William expects a serving in the morning, too. He hasn’t bitten lately, and I haven’t needed a knuckle transplant, so thing are looking up. Ernest couldn’t care less, but he doesn’t respond to catnip either. Lots of people don’t like coconut, so I guess it’s the same with cats.

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