The Doctor confirmed what I thought might be the case, Emily has tonsillitis and has been given antibiotics to try and clear it. I'm now really glad I took her otherwise who knows how long this might have gone on for. I hoping the antibiotics kick in soon and she starts to feel a bit better.
After the Doctors we went to Waitrose because I wanted to see if I could got some shortening to make the peanut butter cookies on Deb's blog - they look yummy! Ruth had managed to get some Crisco and I thought I might be able to get some at our Waitrose, but no such luck! I bought some Flora White and hope it'll work the same!
This afternoon I was sitting out in the garden with my tea and reading my Prima magazine when Cloud decided to chase the kittens! Mac ran straight up the tree and the more I called him the further up he went! Can you spot the black blob in the tree lol!
Emily came out to try and get him down but when she held her arms up to get him he jumped down quite happily! It's so funny watching the kittens getting used to the outdoors :)
While outside I noticed the buds on this bush - I know it's one of the first to flower in Spring, won't be too long!
My cushion in the sun (being blocked by my shadow!) Jane took a photo of her shadow earlier this month and when I saw this photo it reminded me of hers ;o)
The crocuses in the flower bed had opened up more. They're quite striking, aren't they!
And finally, feeding time at the zoo ;o) - Emily had just got the kittens food (note how they're looking up at her expectantly) and the others were waiting for me to stop taking photos and feed them ;o). Cloud is wearing a cone as she keeps licking/scratching herself and has now made herself quite sore. The cone helps with the licking but unfortunately, not with the scratching. The vet thinks it could be partly because of Wallace not being here any more and they used to virtually be on top of each other all the time! Hopefully we'll get it cleared up soon!