We were very worried on Sunday when we noticed that Frankie’s left eye was very dilated. It has slowly improved and now it is back to normal.
This picture was taken Thursday evening.
Compare that to this one taken Sunday Morning.
Our cats are not normal. It’s true. I don’t know how else to word it. Even Puck, who is as normal as they come, sometimes gets caught up in the craziness.
Yesterday evening, just after sunset, I looked out our back window to blackness. There was plenty of light still coming through the front window but I could see a major storm was coming from the east. Then the rain started, slowly at first but soon it was pouring down and the wind was blowing it through the screens into the patio. Soon there was lightning all around us and the loud thunder was cascading through the house.
Any normal cat would have been under the bed at that point, and that is exactly where I expected Puck to be, but he wasn’t. He was on the patio with Chris and Frankie, standing on the wet floor and watching the lightning show from the best spot in the house. I wish I was able to get pictures of that but Rose shooed them inside before I had a chance to get my camera.
I don’t think I will ever fully understand cats, or at least not my cats.