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Moisture

It is now 2:15 on Tuesday morning and we are right in the center of a major thunderstorm. Benji is not happy with the thunder and lightening overhead, so I’m sitting beside him and talking to him a lot. He has never been bothered before but then it’s never been overhead and as loud as this before – and the crashing rain is not really helping.  Goodness, it’s loud..  Sleep – who needs it ???

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6 comments on “Moisture

  1. awww that thunderstorms are annoying… we had one last week… in december that was so super odd that even the staff felt uncomfy (that chickens)

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  2. Callie wasn’t bothered by storms until she was a bit older, either. I never did figure out what caused her storm anxiety; but as Shadow gets older, she’s a little bothered by close storms too. It might be age-related, or it might be something we haven’t thought of yet. Give Benji a kiss and belly rub for me.

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    • It is now almost noon of the same day. The sun is shining, the birds are singing and there is hardly a cloud in the sky and what there is, is white and fluffy. No sign that we even had any rain. Weird place !! I needs sleep. Oh Benji enjoyed his rub/]..

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  3. Stay safe and I hope you have better weather for when Santa Paws visits sweet Benji.

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  4. Oh yes, it was 41c today – 27c tomorrow and 38c on Monday – strange place is the arid lands. Spoke to people on Wednesday and they said the same – “have not heard it as loud as that for a very long time”.

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