Today (2/27/14) was a long day. The big story of the day was the attempted murder. Yes, our evil cats tried to kill my little cockatiel bird “Mr. Bird-T”. I was running to a medical office to notarize an affidavit when Stacey called me with the horrible news. When she found our little boy, he had a hole by his leg and blood was running down it. The stupid cats had gotten to him, and from the pictures I didn’t think he was going to make it.
I ended up bringing him to an animal hospital. Our little bird was lucky that the puncture wounds were limited to the area around his leg. If they had gotten to him abdomen, he may not have lived. The doctor checked him out and gave him a prescription for oral antibiotics. He will be ok, but it’s going to take time for the wound to heal up. It looked so bad!
I didn’t have time to bring him back home, so Mr. Bird-T got to ride with me to New Orleans for a refinance closing. He did great on the ride and had fun pooping on the blanket and me. As I write this, he’s back in his cage with Mrs. Bird-T and cleaning his bloody feathers. If anybody wants some murderous cats, call me!
In other notary news, I also helped a man with a few vehicle transfers, and took care of some other mundane business. I also met with a loan officer that has become one of my biggest fans, so that was fun. Tomorrow is going to be nuts! It looks like I will be doing at least three reverse mortgage closings (very time consuming!), and who knows what else. Fridays are almost always overwhelming, so I’m used to it. Hey, when you start complaining about too much business, that’s a pretty good thing. Right?
Thank you for reading my notary blog. If you need a notary, call me at 225-907-5280. It’s time for bed, and poor Mr. Bird-T!!