Things I've noticed as a result of this is that both girls have a lot more energy; they've been behaving like kittens again (my lounge suite is not impressed), this includes Ray who I now rarely find asleep on a bed somewhere. Also both of them have much softer fur; the dandruff is still there at the moment, but I think there's less of it.
The only real problem is remembering to thaw food for them each day, can't nuke it to thaw it as that partially cooks it, but if you have cats you know patience is not their strong suit.
|Ray kitty says "I like this new food"|
I will have plenty to choose from now, Fran the lady who gave me the loom has now given me most of her yarn as she has shifted to tapestry weaving and no longer has any need for the fine weaving yarns she had taking up space. I need to put some more shelves up and then I can go through what she's given me and see if it'll work for the project I want to do for my course. I'm thinking curtains for the studio.
In spinning news I've been starting on the Tour de Fleece and have spun 100g of Merino from Heavenly Wools in the colourway Dragon's Breath. This is being spun in the fractal method; I've done the stripped down bump already and am just starting on the bump I'm spinning from end to end.
|It's even prettier in real life.|