Thanks everyone for the help with the info about the cat urine. I "think" I have it cleaned up. It certainly smells a lot better in here. I never could really see it, but I just wiped everything down, and then went over it with some stuff called no-odor (another thing we got at Orscheln's today that we didn't go to get when we didn't get what we really went to get.) I'll have to check into getting a black light. I don't have anything like that. I assume I can pick something like that up at Wal-Mart. Hens do not crow. I knew a guy that REALLY believed it was the roosters that laid those soft eggs with no outer shell. People come up with some strange stuff. Hawkeye-I agree with HEchicken. If your chick came out without the membrane sticking to it I don't think it was a low humidity problem. Too much humidity? I doubt that, too, especially if your hygrometer was reading what you wanted and the humidity was staying fairly constant. Tweety-Nice pics! I think I'll take some pics of my flowers tomorrow or sometime. I have peonies, iris, clematis, roses and some others blooming. I wish I could just work out in the yard all the time. Well, I am so excited and eager for my puppy I can hardly wait. I have NEVER named an animal before I got it, but this one MIGHT be the exception. Today when I was getting ready for PT I was thinking about the puppy and how I couldn't wait to pet it, play with it, etc. I got to thinking about my daughter. She died at the age of 17. She used to love to sit and pet her cat. She said it felt like a satin ribbon, so she named it "Ribbon" or Ribby. She loved to sit and pet her boston terrier, Houston. He was a perfect dog for her. Her name was Katherine Elizabeth. I don't think I want to call the dog Katie like we called my daughter, but I think Lizzy would be a good name for a dog in memory and honor of my daughter.