FLUFFY – ELIZABETH’S PET AND A BETTER CURE THAN ALL THE DRUGS

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 I AM AFRAID THE VIDEO I TOOK OF FLUFFY WATCHING FOOTBALL AND TRYING TO JOIN IN IS APALLING AND I NEARLY DROPPED THE CAMERA AT ONE TIME.  I MAY STILL POST IT ON YOU TUBE AND THIS WILL PROBABLY GAIN VOTES OF SYMPATHY FOR THE WORST FILM.

Anyway I thought it would be beneficial for Elizabeth to have  a pet to enjoy on any visits home and so my younger daughter went in search and came home with “a bargain!”  He used to live in a flat and not one on ground floor level and was six months old when we got him and very timid but now he is “bold as brass”.  My younger daughter said that at £50 we had a bargain as he came with a huge contraption like a climbing frame which he loves I must say.  She said this would cost a lot of money to buy in the shops.  However we had him micro chipped and we had to have the various injections and there was one occasion  he was unwell that required a visit to the vets but now he is extremely settled and very much at home and we have all grown so attached to him.  I have just dropped some pictures of him to Elizabeth and it is sad she does not have him with her right now although they do have dogs – dogs that sniff for drugs.  Who is the culprits responsible for the pushing of these drugs – look no further than the staff of the NHS in particular the psychiatrists.       It is laughable seeing that picture on the door.   Just imagine the outcry if I was to turn up with Fluffy on the ward with my newly acquired lead.  I have a good mind to do this one day.    Anyway as I have said we have all grown attached to him and you can imagine how devastated I was when he went missing recently.   We put reward posters all up the road and eventually a young girl brought him back.  How many more times is he going to go missing!   I was worried at the time as I had not arranged to put in a cat door and so how on earth was he going to get back in again.  Anyway he was out all night long and I could not sleep and I had to sleep downstairs on the settee with the door open just in case but no sign.  After a sleepless night I had to go to work and could barely concentrate because of my worry for him.

I will most probably let him out again but will choose a time when there is someone at home and around rather than out at work all day.

 

Fluffy has calmed Elizabeth at times when she is not feeling too good.  Her mood changes in a flash when she sees him.   SURELY THIS IS MORE BENEFICIAL THAN ALL THE DRUGS IN THE WORLD.  THIS SORT OF THING THE NHS SHOULD PROVIDE ON EVERY ACUTE WARD LIKE CAMBIAN FOUR STAR WARDS.

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