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Computers and the internet are amazing things. One of my concerns with putting together this site was that it could remain current, yet with all my travelling I've often much to say, but little time to say it. Years ago when reading the news it would take me days on end to reply to the kind letters people sent. Now, with the magic of the modern age, I can keep you up to date with what I'm doing and other events in my life.


Date: 16th May 2014

Barton Veterinary Practice have a delightful way of letting you keep in touch with your pet's treatment and when your little pal is going to be in for as long as my little Tamby, it's good to know how they are faring without having to continually bother the receptionist.   

They have a sort of Facebook for pets and the nurse in charge enters an update roughly every two days.  So I now know Tamby is eating well, being very loving but wants to get out for a walk.  I don't know how big are the 'containers' in which they are kept whilst 'radiated' but he is used to a two storey very large 'domicile' when he goes to the cattery.  Because he is irradiated, he can't be handled yet but as soon as they are able to, the nurses let their little charges out for a walk.  So long as he keeps improving and gradually rids himself of the irradiation through his urine, he might be home in two to three weeks.  I do miss him and keep thinking he is there nearby.   I took off his collar a year ago because he was becoming quite bald round his neck so now, when he follows me, I don't hear him and often turn around to see him sitting, watching.  I've tripped over him a couple of times when he's been right behind me.


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