While I am sorry about Mussy, I'm glad that Soli and Kitty have settled into an agreement on who will go where, etc.
Yes, it worked out well that the youngsters have been learning from the older girls. :-)
It's good that the exterior doors are in, of course...I don't think that we could be in here very easily right now without them, but there's so much open. Under the doors, the knobs, in certain spots of the ceiling because there's no insulation, etc.
We've stuffed things under the doors, into the knob holes, etc. Eventually... They all have safety through bolts, though.
That's something that I will be doing, too, getting material for curtains. I have non-material covering 3 of the windows. I feel that it helps when it's this cold, even though they are double paned.
Yes, they do need jobs, no matter what it is. And, Tilde had them, guarding the road from people, cars, deer, foxes, etc.
When she first came up here, she didn't seem to understand that this was her new place. But, as she began to understand that, she got bored.
So, this door checking has worked out well, and I'll think of more, with time. Well, chasing her ball, of course, but I'll keep thinking.
I'm glad that Charlie is happy with his jobs! :-)
The siding isn't wet. We've got all kinds of ways that we've been keeping it dry. If it gets wet, it's ruined. :-(
That's how I'm leaning on Ribbit and company, also. I have no way to be sure that they will find a safe place to weather the cold. Thankfully, they seem happy and healthy.
I didn't know that they had such spider-repelling balls. I only can think of moth balls.
I'm sorry that you've had paperwork chaos. I hope that it's done soon, and to your satisfaction.
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