I am feeling much better. I have been eating everything in my food dish, and I even got treats last night. I am sleeping well and I haven't been bumping into things. I'm still not quite at 100 per cent but I'm much better. I even meowed at Mom this morning, but softly. My meow-er is still a little stiff and sore.
My Mom stuck me into the crate yesterday and brought me to the v-e-t. I didn't even get to have breakfast first!
stayed there all day. It was really weird. I stayed in my crate a lot
of the time, but not all of it. I got stabbed and my leg got shaved as
you can see and they took some of my blood. Then they stabbed me again, and
everything got real fuzzy after that.
When I woke up I
felt really dizzy and wobbly and my mouth felt funny. They took three of
my teeths. The v-e-t says they were bad, rotten and ginny something.
The v-e-t says I will feel better tomorrow after I catch up on my
In the meantime, I'm so wobbly, I've been
napping in the big bathroom next to Mom and she brought my litter box
over so I wouldn't have to go far if I needed to use it. My foods are
close by, but I'm not feeling all that hot.
I was poked. I was prodded. I was shot (twice!) I was "raked" to find any clumps (there were none) and my teeths were examined. (They would like to take some away, I guess I have some bad ones.) I had my claws trimmed and my ears cleaned. They put goop in my ears.
I weigh 13.6 pounds and the v-e-t was amazed that my eyes are good and I can run and jump as well as I could when I was a kit.
Mom got me a new litterbox and new, softer, litter. I've had two Breeze boxes for over eight years, but lately my aim isn't so good. Mom wondered if I didn't like the way the pellets felt on my paws. We've watched enough Jackson Galaxy to know that sometimes if a cat misses the box it's a good idea to change the kitty litter, so Mom did.
Naturally I'll never tell, but I haven't used the other litter box since Mom got the new one, so Mom is counting that as a good thing.
It's not quite as nice as spending a sunny morning on the front porch, but it'll do.