Not sure if I mentioned it on here but I bought myself a giant tv as a Christmas present. It’s in the picture above. It’s a 65 incher. It had been sitting on my floor for weeks. The old piece of furniture that had my tv in it had sides and doors on it so at most you could put a 40 inch tv in it.
I had been planning on putting my new giant tv on the table and moving the heavy old tv furniture next to it in front of the fireplace. I had to wait because Jobu’s food and water dishes were on the tile in front of the fireplace. I had hoped to be waiting for a long time. Sadly that wasn’t the case.
With Jobu’s no longer needed food dishes cleaned and moved, I decided to setup the tv. The old tv stand was way heavier than I thought it would be. I could barely get it to move. That’s when I noticed that it looks like I could take the top section off. I had an idea. I measured the tv stand base. It was almost exactly the width of the feet on the tv.
After about 2 hours of work I had the top off the tv stand. I’ve kept all the parts and I am sure it can go back together. I muscled the tv onto the stand and noticed something unfortunate. The front of the feet on the tv angle outwards. They weren’t on the stand so it wobbled. I was certain that the tv would fall down.
So I moved the stand over and put the tv on the table like I originally planned.
Jobu made it to 2020. It hasn’t been that weird with him gone. I think it’s because we moved six months ago. I don’t associate many places in this house with Jobu. I expect his fuzzy head to come sticking up from the stairs when I come in the front door. I expect him to be following me into the kitchen to beg for food, and I expect him to be a little sleeping ball in his bed.
The sweet thing was that the worse he felt the more he wanted to snuggle with me. He spent the entirety of his last night laying against me.
On Friday I had to put Jobu to Sleep. He went quickly at the end. He was my companion for 15 years. We grew old together. I have lots of pleasant memories to think about. When I would leave and he was all curled up in his bed, I would yell, “Bye Bye Jobu. Be a good Jobu.” He was a good Jobu.
I have a lot more to say about Jobu but I don’t feel like saying it now.
I spent Christmas with people ( including furry kind ) that I love. I also finished watching the baby yoda show.
I went for a walk in the snow.
To help Jobu I have been giving him subcutaneous fluid treatments. Jobu has been pretty good about getting the treatments. He gets a little squirrly about half way through and sometimes I have to use another needle. It seems to help. He been very snuggly lately and wants to spend almost all the time laying in my lap getting pets and purring.
Just kidding.. UNLEASH MICHAEL BUBLE