Dr. Chewie’s Dental Routine

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My humans are obsessed about my teeth. They go on and on about how their two ginger cats, Whiskie and Troy, had the worst teeth and went for routine dental work at the vet. It sounds like they are frightened my teeth will rot and fall out so they kind of make me miserable. It doesn’t help that the vet told girl human during my checkup that I have cracked teeth, my gums were a little red and that I will need a dental in the future.

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This is my routine most days:

In the morning and at night I’m given Virbac dental chews for cats. This is the routine I like, the chews are fish and chicken flavored. There’s a coating on the outside that looks like clear paper, its purpose is to clean our teeth as we bite into it. It’s sold at vet’s offices, pet stores and…

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Jebus Mews: Studies of Dr. Chewie

Jiminy’s Progress

It’s Jiminy’s first Christmas and my second with the humans. I’ve been working extensively with Jiminy on his issue Human Social Anxiety Disorder (HSAD). He’s gotten very comfortable in his new home. He really enjoys steak and chicken. We spend a lot of time by the windows, our favorite is the one in the bedroom, a lot of birds hang out on the fire escape. It can be a little exhausting because he needs constant attention. He always wants to sleep near me, rubs on my face and body. I let him know when I need my time. I’m a busy cat, right now I’m reading The Price of Inequality by Joseph Stiglitz, I saw it sitting in the shelf and was curious, he’s Subject B’s favorite economist. While I thought I had my paws full with Jiminy, after reading, humans, you baffle me. Continue reading

The Lachine Canal & Canada Malting Silos

Walking along the river front, we happened upon The Canada Malting complex which was built in 1904 by David Jerome Spence. It’s now abandoned and in “deep disrepair.” It was fun exploring the area and part of us wanted to go through the hole in the fence and get a closer look but we decided to be good and observe from afar. Continue reading

Notre Dame Basilica

Notre Dame Basilica is located in Old Montreal. The basilica had a few incarnations. The version we see today was designed by New York based architect James O’Donnell, an Irish Protestant. The first stone was laid on September 1, 1824. When construction was finished, Notre Dame was the largest church in North America for over 50 years.  Continue reading

Montreal

This summer we had the pleasure of going to Montreal which is the second most populated city in Canada after Toronto. It was originally named “Ville-Marie” after Mount Royal (the three peaked hill) in the center of the city. It’s located on the Island of Montreal which is an island between the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers. It is the second most populated river island in the world after Zhongshan Dao in China. It is also known as the Hochelaga Archipelago or the Montreal Islands. Continue reading