My owie eye is doing better! It's still very winky, and very weepy, but I can see better out of it. That is, until Foster Mommy puts the drops in and everything goes watery! Unfortunately, since it's so weepy, the dried goop covers my ear and the side of my face. That's the side I like to sleep on, so it drips down over my fur when I sleep. The infection also got into my other eye! Foster Daddy says it's because I wipe my paw over both eyes to try to clean them, so I spread the infection from one to the other. That means I have to get the drops in both eyes now! Grrrrrrr....
On the other paw, Auntie Tigress and I are actually getting along! She and I weren't sure about each other when she came back last week, because of her chasing me and me taking her territory when we'd seen each other last. I told her I didn't mean to take her territory and that I've been guarding it well. She forgave me and actually has been trying to headbutt me! She's also been checking on me and my hurty eyes when they go watery after Foster Mommy puts the drops in. She sniffs my face and leans against my side, then walks away. That's her way of giving me a hug, I think! Unless she surprises me by it, I like it. If I'm surprised and don't know she's there before she does that, then I hiss or growl but immediately realize who it is and stop. Foster Mommy thinks it's the cutest thing, and so does Foster Daddy (but he hasn't seen her do that yet)!
I don't like that Auntie Tigress gets to go outside during the day and I don't. I get mad at that and cry at the door for a few minutes, then go pout in the hallway. I understand it's because I'm still taking my medicine, but why does she get so much attention when she comes back in? My foster purrents say it's because she's still learning what being inside means. Ok, but it didn't take me that long to adjust! She adjusted easier to using the box than I have, though. I still don't cover, and I whine at the door for about 10 minutes before going in to use the box. She covers and doesn't whine about it. Showoff!
I did one thing that she hasn't done, though. I snuggled with Foster Daddy on the big chair! I was looking up at him, so Foster Mommy picked me up and put me behind his knees. Both of them encouraged me to lie down and petted me, so I curled in that spot. It was so comfy that I snuggled and purred almost naturally! I didn't stay long, but they said that was good for a first try snuggling behind someone's knees!