The other evening, the end result of a busy day was that we did not get Ray out for his walk until well after 8:00pm., so it was dark out.
Ray was estimated at 2 years old when picked up by the Humane Society in Nov 2012 … so that makes him around 10 now. Above pic taken a few weeks ago. He has started wandering around the house at night
Below is the story “The Balloon Adventure” taken from the book “The Odessa Chronicles” which was co-authored by myself and Carolyn Shelton. For more details, please click the book cover in the right column (may have to scroll). _______________________________________________________________________ Every year, the Town of Greenwoods hosts a hot-air balloon display. People come from miles around…Read more The Balloon Adventure
Assuming that you have read Parts 1 and 2, please continue … and enjoy! ** *** ***** *** ** Odessa landed on the ground a short distance away from the fox and started limping. The fox stopped and looked at her with curiosity. She was about to congratulate herself on a good plan, when the…Read more “The Uexpected Hero” (Part 3)
This past Sunday morning started off as routine. I leashed Ray and took him outside into our back garden just after 7:30am so he could take care of “needs” before I gave him his breakfast. (He is always leashed when he goes out but, if the garden is clear of potential problems, then I let…Read more The Food Chain!
It would appear that our “foxy friends” have established themselves quite well in our part of town.
As many of you will remember, we had contemplated reducing Ray’s anxiety meds. This was driven by the possibility that his night time restlessness could be a side effect of long term usage.
Ray always looks “interesting” when he has been out in the snow!
Continuation from Wednesday’s Post: Spending the night with Ray provided no revelations, but was very interesting.