A Not So Wordless Waiting Wednesday

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Hello everyone, it’s us Sisters Seal and Dolly. We’re waiting for the Dad to come home. Today is the Dad he is having his surgery to remove the melanoma. We probably won’t be around to visit today but we’ll be back tomorrow for the Thankful Thursday 4th of July Blog Hop. Brian will give you an update on the Dad tomorrow.

MARG ALERT: FYI for those of you who follow Marg from Marg’s Animals. Marg is in the process of trying to help wee Rascal’s sister who is going to lose one of her eyes. Marg will not be blogging for a little while as she deals with this. Purrs and prayers to that wee gal would be most appreciated. Thanks.

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32 thoughts on “A Not So Wordless Waiting Wednesday

  1. Mickeys Musings

    We are sending lots of big purrs to your Dad and hope all goes well.
    We also send purrs to marg as she helps Rascal’s sister.
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

  2. Teddy

    We will be thinking about your Dad today……as I said, my Mom has had two of those surgeries so we are sending EXTRA SPECIAL POTP to him. Hope it goes well and they get him all fixed up and he never has any worries again.

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Princess Leah

    Paws crossed fur Dad, wishing him a speedy recovery from his op
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  4. Katie Isabella

    Mom and I definitely will purr and pray for the sweet little one who is going to go through the surgery. And Girls, Mom will start this morning to keep your dad in the front of her mind while he is having surgery. She will ask that the doctor’s find and remove every single trace of the melanoma, and that this will be the complete total end of it. Count on it, Brian.

  5. The LLB Gang

    Prayers and POTP for your Dad…and for Rascal’s little sister(and Marg)!!
    Hope everyone heals up real quick!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

  6. Timmy Tomcat

    We are sure Dad will be fine but send tons of purrs and prayers. You are looking good ladies. We are also sending the same to help Wee Gal

  7. Jan K

    Beautiful pose, you two! Did you plan that? 🙂
    We are sending prayers for your Dad, and for the wee gal as well. ♥♥

  8. Sandee

    You two are so cute. Thanks for the update on your dads surgery and that Marg is offline for a bit. We noticed she didn’t post today. I can quit worrying now.

    Prayers for the dad that everything turns out fine.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. My best to your peeps. ♥

  9. Catscue Catmom

    Sending healing purrs and prayers for your Dad, keep us posted. Lot’s of healing purrs and prayers for Marg and Rascal’s sister right now too. POTP

  10. da tabbies o trout towne

    hay ewe galz we send tripull best fishez two yur dad; we hope de sir jerry goez smooth lee
    and all de nastee azz C iz ree moved for good ♥♥♥

  11. caren gittleman

    We will be reading your Thankful Thursday blog to see how everything went, hopefully by now you are home!!! Sending lots of POTP to you and to Marg’s baby as well. xoxo

  12. lisa

    Here’s to positive thoughts that tomorrow’s post with be one about many thankful moments from today. 💙

  13. Mary McNeil

    Purrayers and POTP for your Dad and for Marg and all her kitties (and Smoke and Joe of course !)

  14. messymimi

    So sad to hear about Rascal’s sister needing surgery. Although we have had many one eyed, and even a few blind, cats at the rescue — not to mention several that were missing a limb — and they adapt very quickly, it is still a tough thing on the body to go through.

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