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This snow business is getting old.

This is the snowdrift measurement in front of Little Creek Veterinary Clinic early this morning. (More snow has fallen since.)

That’s about 17.25 inches of snow in front of the porch.

Dr. Miele, a Norfolk veterinarian, will be out of the office this week, as driving conditions remain hazardous. All appointments will be rescheduled.

Meanwhile, if you’re thinking you wish you had a cat to snuggle with on snowy days like this, you’re in luck. A local family must re-home their four cats, due to a change in their living quarters.

The cats do not all have to go to the same home, although two of them are buddies. One cat in particular should go to a home with no other pets.

Please TEXT the owner with your phone number and which cat you’re interested in, and he will call you back. Serious inquiries only, please. Cats will not be shipped and must go directly to an actual home (not a lab or reseller.) Send your text to: 586-770-9962.

PJ. Spayed female orange DLH, 8 yrs; should go to home with no other pets.

 

Seal. Neutered male DSH, 6 yrs.

 

Top: Agate. Spayed female DSH, 6 yrs.
Bottom: Rascal. Neutered male DSH, 4 yrs; microchipped.

 

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Little Creek Veterinary Clinic has survived the first local blizzard of 2017, which dumped over 11 inches of powdery snow into our parking lot.

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Snow at the bottom of our porch steps was piled nearly a foot deep.

(It’s not just hurricanes and tropical storms —
other weather events get names, too.
Learn about winter storm names here.)

We dug out from under much of the snow, and let the sun do the rest of the work of clearing our lot. Meanwhile, Dr. Miele was snowbound at home, so the clinic remained closed until today.

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We are back up and running and more warm days are ahead, so if your pet is due for its annual vaccination boosters, this is the perfect time to Contact Us about scheduling an appointment.

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