Thursday, June 28, 2012

We are getting so spoiled!

First, a thank you to Natalie for (re)suggesting the Duoxo pads. The reviews on Amazon were quite good, so I ordered some last night. It can't hurt to have these on hand. I may try them as a "preventative" and clean his chin up once per week or so.

We couldn't believe there was a package on the porch last night from our friend Amy!

Mr. Nosey Benny really wanted to know what was inside.

Hurry up, hurry up, open it!

Hey, what is all this?

What am I supposed to do with a men's tie?

The contents were four stamp sets (yeah, none of which I had) and four silk ties. You may remember that I use ties to dye Easter eggs each spring.

Hey, can I have some food now?


Anonymous said...

My sincerest apologies, Benny, for failing to include any cat treats in the package.

I do hope the box was at least a nice size for you to enjoy after dinner.

Angel and Kirby said...

Those ties will make beautiful eggs! Especially the one on the left!

~*Connie*~ said...


Great suggestion on the douxo.. I hadn't heard of it. I'd love to hear updates on how it works for you..

Old Kitty said...

Sweet Benny!! Hope you got your treats! Yay!! Awww we hope this douxo helps with the ezcema!! Take care

Roberta said...

I hope those douxo pads help with Tucker's chin and he has no more breakouts. Wow, what a lovely surprise box filled with goodies for Mom.

The Adventures of Scarlett and Melly said...

Glad the duoxo suggestion helped! I hope the pads work for Tucker. One other tip is that once his acne is under control, you can cut the pads in half. They're designed for use on dogs, I think, so a tiny cat chin doesn't need a full pad.

I think I missed the tie-dyed eggs before, but that is such a cool trick! I am going to have to look into that--the eggs look great and so festive! (Also, Geoff has a couple of ties that really need to go...)

Hello from Ringo the Ridiculous

I could only get one photo before he got up (he does that a lot when I get out a camera). He is in the middle of a meow. Hi mom!