Saturday, November 15, 2014
Feral and Foster Friday: In and Saturday Spay Day
I'm in! I'm choosing to be inside more often, and for almost all the day and the night now! A couple weeks ago, I surprised Mommy while she was working on the computer. She felt me ask her and thought I wanted foot pets. Nope! I hopped up onto the computer desk like I've seen Uncle Heimdall and Auntie Rori do, and I wanted hand pets!
I'm learning a lot about "in" this week! First, we had a fire in the fireplace, which was exciting! And, no, I did not want to be "in" there with it. I liked watching it, though.
Foster Mommy wore her rain boots one of the days, and I had to check them to make sure Foster Mommy's legs were still in the boots. I pulled down the top of one, because it comes up to her knee, and there was her leg!
I stuck my head in the cupholder on Tabby's stroller, then bounced onto the bed and climbed in the pocket that hangs from the bed to hold books and a cell phone. Foster Mommy pulled me out, but I was very cozy in there! Next, I found some bags of treats that were hidden in a bag on a chair. Everyone loved those, especially Uncle Carbon! Yum!
I'm at the vet waiting for my spay today. What's a "spay", and will I like it? I rode in a car in a carrier today. Auntie Cai came over and picked Foster Mommy and me up to take us there, then took Foster Mommy to work. Foster Daddy had a doctor's appointment (not a vet one) today, so that's why just Foster Mommy went with me. I was good in the car, but talked a lot and really wanted out so I could watch everything through the window. I like riding in someone's arms better, but I couldn't do that this time. Foster Mommy said I'll come back home this afternoon sometime. The vet gave me a snuggly gingerbread stuffed toy, and I promptly lay down with it under my belly. I'm not sure I like this "vet" place, but I was content to be carried back to the waiting area and get in my cage to wait for my turn to be spayed. I'll get my vaccinations today, too. I'm 7 months old now! I'm adoptable to a good home in the Portland, OR,/Vancouver, WA, area.
We hope you like this post. Remember, the word of the week is IN!