On the road again. Sadly, we had to leave L.A. – and arrived back at NYC for an overnight stay before our next flight to Montreal.
There was the Men’s and Women’s toilets and in between was Pet Relief. Mum asked if I needed to go.
Uh – seriously? A water hydrant? Do you really think I am just going to go in here?
Once we got past Baggage Claim – there was an outside Pet Relief area – and that’s where we headed.
Like the rules.
Back at our New York apartment building, we had time to say hello to Benny.
Quick night sleep – the emphasis here is quick. Mum was still on West Coast time and we needed to be up by 5.30am for our next flight. I needed a walk around the block – the streets were still empty.
In a cab by 6.15am – still sleepy.
Watching the New York skyline whizzing by in the rush of cars hurtling towards the RFK bridge.
We got to La Guardia Airport in little time – and there were no queues. That’s pretty straight forward was what Mum thought.
But Mum didn’t realise she needed an ESTA for Canada as well! Oops. That was cutting it a bit close. We did get the ok but when we landed in Montreal, we then had to go through customs for bringing in “an animal” … but all went well.
But there was an important appointment we had to keep – Vet visit!
We needed to time it so all the flea and tick treatment and deworming were within five days of our arrival back in the UK.
I had a most thorough check-up – including my teeth. The Vet told Mum that my teeth were quite good – only a little tartar that needed to be taken care of. But I had gained a little weight – because I haven’t had much chance to run around.
I passed all check-ups and took everything required. We returned to our hotel room to await the arrival of our friend, Peg who was coming from Ottawa to meet us.
Hello Peg! I remember you when you came to visit us in London.
I got to stay with Peg at the hotel
while Mum went to buy my food at the nearby supermarket.
Trying Halal meat.
May’s comment: Last stop on our North American adventure – Montreal.
As for Darcy’s food – we managed to find a version of raw food that has worked well for her while in the States.
But for our two days in Montreal, I had to buy minced meat for her.