Monday, November 7, 2011

Gignormous Cat Returns from Vet

Back from taking Mister Pretty to the vet. He has a cold.

Note to self, taking a twenty pound  pissed off cat to the doctor in a flimsy cardboard cat carrier is not a good idea. Next time acquire a dog kennel or something used to transport raptors from Jurassic Park.


Mission Accomplished... barely.

Marilyn.

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If we treated everyone we meet with the same affection we bestow upon our favorite cat, they, too, would purr. ~ Martin Buxbaum

5 comments:

  1. LOL ... You're too funny Marilyn!

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  2. OH my! Tiger in disguise. Glad it is just a cold.

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  3. When I moved to my new apartment ( literally moved next door) I carried my 15 pound cat down from the 3rd floor and into the new building - a 15 pound cat that doesn't like being outside is a handful - I knew I couldn't manage a bouncing carrier, so I wrapper her in a towel. OMG! Any visits to the vet - my son comes up to help! No way I'll do that ever again!

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  4. uuuuuhhhh, actually he looks NOT amused *gg* Reading this I had to remember the cats of my best girl friend ... she's got two: one is really cute, gentle and cuddling whatever you will do. I've never met such a devoted cat. The other one is the exact opposite: daring, demanding, strong minded and somehow moody. I was told before that it's always a real battle to get him in the transport box whenever they have to go to the doctor, but some weeks ago I experienced this firsthand ... wow! I never dreamed of changing a cat like this in a second ... raptor, that's the exact specification ... *gg* cats are such a pleasure ;)

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  5. Normally, Mister Pretty is the most cordial, pliable cat imaginable. The Boy walks around the house with him draped around his neck like a mink stole. But a cardboard box? Mr. P was having none of that.

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