Our little patient, Abby, is back at the vet's office today.
Extremely lethargic this morning, I knew something was up and
took her to the vet... her blood sugar was so high it wouldn't register on the meter.
The vet kept her, and is going to try to stabilize her this afternoon, so we
can bring her home this evening.
Yes, we're very worried about our little girl. We have had a hard time
learning how to give the shots... it is not pleasant for her or for us...
and now we are worried all over again.
The Calamity Acres chicken flock.
These guys stayed in the rafters so long, they are hesitant to come down, though
they know now that there are no other chickens to bother them. They do still have
an open area in the old chicken yard they can go in, though the little chicken yard is
rapidly becoming overgrown with weeds.
Proof that they DO hit the ground from time to time!
Ummm... this guy is living in their house with them...
He's a beauty, isn't he?
Here's our girl Lil after a pop up storm cleared the air this morning... you can see the pasture grass is now higher than she is, and she does not go down there now.
She still runs all over the yard, though.
I took this Tuesday night... the iris show is still going on... and yes, the gardens are very beautiful but becoming overgrown, as well. I am still moving boxes, and trying to keep up with both places... and it is not easy.
I am making progress though... little by little! I hope to have some things to show you here, too... very soon.
And, as you will see below, nocturnal visitors are still coming to Calamity Acres at night. I have a fortex on the porch for the wild birds, still... and someone else is drinking from it!
I left the camera up today and will leave it up tonight... and we'll see what is on it tomorrow.