We woke up in shock on a Thursday morning. Received a Whatsapp messaged from a friend informing us that she was heading to A&E and asked us to help look after her fur kids. We head over as soon as we could after feeding our supawvisors their breakfast.
Once we arrived, we managed to check in on the fur kids, who seemed to be all calm. The cats were fed and we topped up the rabbits’ hay. Then we “kidnapped” Kelly, the shetland. For the other fur kids, we managed to settle with the other fur nannies to help feed and look after them while our friend recovers. It was a hectic scary morning before all of us calm down and had everything settled.
We had Kelly for about a week, and despite us planning to head down to the nearest park during her stay, the God of Rain decided that we should stay indoors. It rained almost every day, thundery showers to be exact. And so we stayed indoors most of the time. We only headed out during drizzle rain when we walked the void deck using the sheltered walkway.
Although we didn’t do much during her emergency pawcation cos the sky forbid us to head out, I’m pretty sure Kelly enjoyed herself. And thankfully, nothing major happened to our dear friend, and may she recovers even better. Health is wealth.
This week, we pick Covan up first before we head over to the west for Ruffles and Kelly. It was a long car ride for Covan, who gets motion sickness easily. But thankfully, he’s OK and well. Did we share about our first car ride with Covan? He scares the hell out of us by lying in his carrier and being not responsive. Back then we didn’t know he does have motion sickness.
After we pick up Ruffles and Kelly, we’ve decided to head back to the east for our weekly walk before heading home for the fur kids’ playtime.
Excursion at Punggol Settlement
Decided to head over to Punggol Settlement as we remembered the scenery there was awesome. Little did we know, the park’s carpark was full and we had to park at the other open space carpark next to it.
The park’s carpark at the moment is free and only limited slots available. And it’s usually full because non-parkgoers tend to take advantage of it. But it’s OK, the other carpark that we went to, though it’s not free, there’s ample lot available.
Tried taking a class photo of the fur kids, but failed terribly. They were all in their own world minding their own business. But it’s OK, we continued our journey towards Punggol jetty which have tiny steps towards the small beach area. Sadly, it was crowded and the fur kids didn’t get to feel the sands beneath their tiny paws.
We did take a break at the jetty and enjoyed the sea breeze while a toddler kept trying her luck to get close to us but was stopped by her mother. As the sun gets hotter, decided it’s time to head back home before all of us gets a heat stroke. Thankful for the nice weather and that the daycare fur kids get to have their walk for the day.
After our break and playtime, it’s shower day for the daycare fur kids. For Ruffles & Kelly, they’re on a bi-weekly shower schedule. And so the day finally arrives!
As much as they dislike it, but it’s time to make them clean and fresh before heading home. Thankfully, they’re quite cooperative during the session. And we meant there’s no need to chase them around the house just to catch them for their turn.
After showering all the fur kids, we sent Covan home first. And we’re in time before he gets all cranky before his dinner time. We were told he can be cranky nearing his dinner time, so we had to send him back before that.
Nap Time, Dinner Time
It’s nap time for all of us, nanny included. The only time we ever had peace was when they’re all taking a nap. So peaceful and quiet. For the humans, we get to have a quick power nap before all the fur kids are awake. Which also means more chaos as dinner time draws near.
It’s never easy feeding a bunch of fur kids, especially the very eager and excited ones when it comes to food. Luckily, we had extra pair of hands to help. So the impact of dinner time chaos wasn’t that bad.
Home Sweet Home
It’s time to head home after dinner. Sending them back can be quite therapeutic especially when the drive towards their home, we get to enjoy the nice sunset. Of course, provided it doesn’t rain on the day and when we’re not taking the KPE expressway.
Once they’re home, did we finally end our work and have some me-time. Do follow us on our website for the next adventure.