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.



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


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

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

  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!

  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 ;)

  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.