The other day mama came across us sleeping very sweetly on the couch.
As she gazed upon us in our slumbering state, she very lovingly said “OH MY GOD WHY DON’T YOU GET OFF THAT COUCH AND GET A JOB ALL YOU DO IS LIE AROUND AND SLEEP WHILE I WORK ALL DAY!”
At least, we *think* that’s what she said. We weren’t really listening.
Enough with the pictures of Connor! I rule this chair and demand you serve me!
Hi everyone! I just wanted to say thank you for all of the good wishes that I received from all of you. I am doing very well–eating, drinking, snuggling, and showering my mama with kisses. She was very worried about me since I’m her special rescue kitty, and is doing everything in her power to make sure that I am taken care of.
And since I came out of hiding mama’s been taking pictures of me; here’s a picture of me from this morning:
I’m a little thinner now–the vet said that I lost almost two pounds. We’re getting me fattened up again. I was so scared at the vet! I wouldn’t come out from under my blanket and they had to actually feed me under there. Since I came home, though, I’ve been more sociable.
I have to go back to the vet in a few weeks so they can recheck my labs and make sure everything is OK. I just hope that I don’t get left there for three days again! That was scary!
So I just wanted to do a quick update and say hi to everyone! Have a good Sunday!
The rare gray panther inhabits the wilds of the midwest. It is a silent but deadly creature with a high prey drive. It is elusive and has evaded any attempts to catch it.
It lies in wait for it’s prey…it will remain still for hours until the unsuspecting human ankle happens across it.
One nine pound cat
One comfy spot
Lie cat on stomach and tuck back legs underneath. Curl front paws under front end. Place on soft area (preferably a blanket or pillow) and enjoy. Serves several squeeing guests.