|Ivy Girl (the cat formerly known as Mishu) enjoys looking at all sorts of Web sites.|
If you've read the Meet Mishu post, you know that we knew from day one that she has Cerebellar Abiotrophy, which affects her motor control. We have since discovered that she is almost completely deaf. She has become comfortable and happy in my home, and I just don't have the heart to make her go anywhere else. It will also be extremely hard to find her a good home because of her special needs.
Well, I don't think I could give her up anyway. Watching her evolve from hiding in the corner to taking over the couch and discovering where I hide the catnip has been pure joy. She recently discovered my laptop, which usually sits on the dining table, and she loves coming over and watching the mouse pointer move around the screen. She has updated my Twitter and Facebook statuses by walking on the keyboard and last night she managed to do a Google search and bring up the web site for the Lower Kuskokwim School District. (Don't ask. I have no idea why. Maybe she wants to visit Alaska?)
|Feeling the vibrations and reading up on the Lower Kuskokwim School District.|
In other news, Mouse is officially on the rosters as up for adoption. And Diedra is doing much better in her isolation in the office. I went in this morning and she was lounging in the windowsill enjoying the sunshine. We had some good snuggle time before I left for work.