In a previous post I mentioned a customer with a Dell Mini Net Book that needed a virus removed. That work was completed on Wednesday as planned. Thursday I delivered to the customer. It was a 36 mile ride to a farm setting. They were lucky and did have high speed internet.
I always like to take my work in and talk through the problem, the repair, and what to do in the future. A quality control thing is also making sure while I am there that they are oneline and can use their printer – etc.
I went to go onine and the wireless prompted for a key. He did not know it so I got on his desktop system and logged into the Belkin router to extract the information. Things went very well I was done in about 10 minutes.
As I was leaving he shared with me the store on all of the cats roaming around. I got the low down! Don’t get me wrong though. His home was clean and there was no signs of pets in the place. But when you walk outside there were 6 young ones and 3 or 4 adults. He recently retired and moved to the place. When he and his wife arrived there were no cats. After a week or so a stray came onto the property and they fed it. She had 2 kittens. One did not make it. The other one just had a litter of 7 one was still born. He said that there is a veterinary clinic close by that will have summer workers from the university. He intends on taking all of the young cats and having them neutered. The students charge $20 each which is a good deal. And if you ask me a very good idea!