Adios dog and cat pee! (again)
Marc was hard at work patching the floor under the future bar seating with oak to match the dining room and sanding the heart pine floors of the kitchen. After our fiasco with the floor refinishing contractor, Marc felt confident that he could DIY this too.
Looks great right? I can't even tell you how great it feels to have all those layers of cat and dog pee and food droppings and lord knows what sanded off to reveal fresh, clean wood!
Our cat, Tuna, is again feeling the pains of living in a renovation. In addition to breathing and licking far more than her fair share of wood and drywall dust, she is now gets custom "mud bath treatments". I was petting her last night (read: she was sitting on my face while I slept) and I noticed that she had drywall finishing compound all dried on her belly.
Poor kitty. Don't worry, when I finally get a dishwasher, you'll get a new, clean food bowl that is not 6" from your litter box. We can dream of the day together Tuna, because sometimes its the dreams that get you through the rough patches, even when those rough patches are matted into your fur.