Missy T spent most of the night sleeping on or beside me, even warned off both Hildie and Chessie when they wanted to come to bed.
...and she's expanded her range again it seems. Coming down the hall to get cleaned up and dressed for work this morning; Teia comes strolling out of the computer room. I think she's discovered that there is a kibble bin and water dispenser in there, too. We think she's even used a scratch box in the front bath.
Thanks Pip for taking time to let us in on Missy T's doings. She has come such a long way living with you and Anita! Letting our pets progress at their own pace is the lesson I take from her journey. Applies to humans too:).
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