This evening shortly before 7PM , Loki was again assaulted by the sounds of a rather large pyrotechnic device being shot off. He turned around in his step and just wanted to get inside again. About an hour later, there was another one that went off and now he moved into his cage where he’s been sleeping for the last hour.
Do I dare take him for a walk now? Are we to restrict ourselves to walking during hours (I assume) when these pyrotechnically interested young men are still asleep (as in from about 6 AM until shortly after dusk) or do I have to move from town during a couple of weeks after New Years? Why isn’t crap like this forbidden in the hands of every Joe and Tom ? Why isn’t there a need for a pyrotechnic license before you are allowed to set them off – and then only at a set time at a certain date? There are laws in Sweden prohibiting silly things – but not this! Why is that?
Still no news from the vet. The closest one was on an emergency today, so tomorrow I’ll call the clinics down by the coast.
We went for a quiet walk after 10PM and Loki was able to keep his tail over his back most of the time. Now he’s sleeping in the hallway, but I know I’ll need to put him in his cage overnight so he’ll feel safe.!
I. Hate. This.
Loki shouldn’t have to suffer from the idiotic things people do because they don’t think past the nose in their faces, in the meantime I’m thinking what options I have to consider.