Katsu’s Eye…

purr121Dear Furiends,

Katsu’s his blood work came back …. his white cell count is super high, so he is getting a shot of antibiotics. This totally freaked me out … a needle is even more invasive that the horrid thermometer!!!
Thankfully, his FIV test was a negative. I am guessing that a raging infection may have made it hard for his eye to heal though apparently the misshaped cornea and floating lens are things that won’t heal.
The good/bad news is that next week’s surgery has been postponed because they can’t do surgery with that white cell count…. Thus, he is safe from the surgeon for about two DSC_0086weeks …. unless the infection doesn’t clear up. Bottom line, his white blood cell count needs to get back down.
We are still treating his bad eye, so I dare to hope that + the shot might give his body the ability to heal more than the infection. We shall see and the vet did not say that, to this is just my opinion/hope.
Purrseidon >^.^<
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Theft!

Deaer Furiends,

You  might not know that Halo’s hutch is in my catio, as is my purrsonal box. Well, last night, Halo was thumping up a storm of protest, so I had to see what was wrong. Only to see that Purrseidon was in Halo’s hutch and they were apparently disagreeing.

DSC_0518Halo and Purr are best friends. They often cuddle and play , though  sometimes they walk by bopping each other…. This confrontation was coming close to being the bopping sort… I mean look at their ears and expressions.

It was enough to get my total attention.

THEN, Purrseidon fled from the hutch and I finally realized what the dispute was over… do you see it?

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Take a good look at Purr’s mouth…. Untitled

See the spinach leaf?!? Not only does she steal silvervine sticks, she steals spinach! How does she expect to earn our trust with this continued behavior?!

Mr. M  =^.^=

Fe-line Pa-ral-y-sis

20171106_231720Dear Furiends,

My word for the week is Fe-line Pa-ral-y-sis. It is a noun and the definition is: a condition in which humans are unable to move due to the presence of a cat on their lap/s.  I admit that I need to work on this skill…. Mr. M is as masterful at it as he is a purr-therapy. <sigh> I don’t know why the things he does, which he claims are ‘proper feline conduct’ seem so difficult for me to learn. I wish my calendar had tips on how to become a propurr cat!20170226_095637

Purrseidon >^.^<

>>>>> Just look how skilled he is at this – he even looks like he enjoys lounging there and doing nothing.