Sunday, June 30, 2013
I know you don't hear from me as much as from the others, but you will be hearing me meow more now! About three weeks ago, Mommy and Daddy made a major change happen in my life. As long as they've known me, I've been a scaredy-kitty of the others and of changes. I was worried when my purrents said something new was going to happen, but it turned out to be a very good thing!
The doctor tried to take a pee sample, but I wouldn't cooperate. He looked at the spots where I've been licking myself bald on my tummy and legs. He wanted to get a pee sample to once again rule out any stones or infection, but Daddy was firm with him that I wasn't physically sick and tests had already been done by our other vet. The doctor looked at my chart and agreed to give them some anti-anxiety medicine for me.
Ick! Medicine! I have to get rolled up in a blankie and sat on a lap like a human baby to take it, then Mommy pries open my mouth and makes me swallow the pill. Sometimes I play hide-and-seek with it in my teeth and cheek, but she finds it and gives it to me again. The first couple weeks, Daddy held me while Mommy gave the meds, but now I let Mommy do it all by herself. I even came over one time to let her know that it was time for her to give it to me!
They're hoping that, eventually, I'll be as good about taking my medicine as Uncle Skylar was with taking his. I don't know about that, because he was extremely good about his! He let them know it was time, sat down, and did everything he was supposed to except open his mouth!
My meds are really helping me, though! That's why today's a SUNday! Sunny attitude, sunny day outside! I love being this happy! I can play without worrying that someone's going to jump me for the toy. I can use the box or my pee pad without worrying who else has used the box recently. I ask for more attention from my purrents and from others who visit. I even talk to my toys as I carry them! A few days ago, Mommy heard me talking from down the hall, and knew I was holding something in my mouth because I was muffled. Sure enough, I came walking to her, talking all the way, with the fuzzy Christmas cape in my mouth and dangling it like a kitten! Freya and I have an understanding about the fuzzies now, the fleece things in the house that used to belong only to her. They are shared between us now. Rori and I share possesion of the catnip pillow. We trade off. I carry that around, too!
Looking forward to more happy days!