Friday, August 28, 2009

My Macro Textures

I know it's been awhile since my last post. Just not a whole lot going on. I took one of my kitties to the vet today because I've been noticing her pacing around when she walks like she's not sure where she is going. And the last week or so have noticed that her eyes are dilated all the time. Turns out she is almost totally blind. They are doing some blood work on her to see if it's her kidneys or heart failure. They said there isn't a whole lot you can do. She is 16 years old. I've had many cats in my life and never one that has gone blind. It's amazing how well she does get around our house. So they will be calling me tomorrow with the blood work results.

I've noticed a lot of gals have been posting pics using their macro setting on their cameras. is my collection.


  1. I am sorry to hear about your kitty..I hope her bloodwork comes back that she is okay..also what is Macro setting..:)

  2. Macro is the setting on your camera for more detailed close-up photography.

  3. So sorry to hear about your kitty...I hope all is well with the tests. My little dog is 12 and she has her problems with her legs at times.

    Hang in there.

    Hugs Pam

  4. Hi Tammy....I sure hope your kitty will be ok....I love my feline daughter so much and know how worried I'd be if something like that happened to her.

    Your textures turned out great!


  5. Sorry about your kitty. Enjoyed your textures!

  6. I'm so sorry to hear about your kitty! It's hard to see our pets get old and begin to have health troubles.

    Hey, I like your pics! Great job on using the macro setting! I can tell that you have a great collection of antique treasures too.

  7. I have been in your shoes with two cats. The only thing you can do is love them! I hope it all works out for the best for you all!
    thanks for the visit today...I imagine my new plantings will be sad and wilted by tomorrow...but at least they are planted!

  8. HI Tam. I'm so sorry to hear about your poor kitty....I hope she will be okay.

    Hugs, Doreen