When I took these pictures, I was hoping for a happier result of this vet visit. Hand-raising an orphaned kitten is iffy at best, so we knew we were working against the odds. But ANYWAY, Dr. Janes’ new animal hospital is quirky, clean, and designed to be especially welcoming to us rurals.
The front door is BO-ring, so I didn’t even snap it. The building has a bright red roof, very easy to spot from the road, very barnish.
Here’s the door to the business office.
Across from where we sat to wait is this boring but necessary door and this pretty little table. I love the detail on the drawer.
Behind the reception desk is a wide blank wall with halls to either side. They decorated that wall with this “picture” made of planks. Creative, sophisticated, and country, all in one.
Here’s a picture of Daisy, waiting for her appointment. Sick, but bright-eyed and happy to be in her best buddy’s hands.
Across from the other set of waiting room chairs, they have this obviously well-used bird playground. Empty on this day, so the doors were open.
Thursday Doors is the brainchild of Norm Frampton, photographer extraordinaire. Visit his site, enjoy his photographs, click on the blue frog link, and enter a world of doors.
A WRITING PROMPT BASED ON MY POST: A visit to a doctor of some kind.