Tuesday, when I went to the vetman... I really had to see a vet lady and she was pretty nice. She had long red fur on her head. The whole visit was rather embarrassing, the whole being constipated thing. I was totally humiliated . . .
But the nice thing was, as usual, everyone at Leesburg Veterinary Hospital was so nice and they thought I was really handsome. They hadn't seen me in so long since I have been so healthy, so they even acted like they missed me. Everyone was like, "Wowie Caesar" I like how they pretend you are famous or something when you go to the vet.
Since the last time I was there, I noticed a few changes. The waiting room now has a huge aquarium, and there were the usual two big cages with cute kitties looking for forever homes. One kitty was ginormus. His name was Cupid. His paws were four times the size of mine and his head was huuuuge it was twice as big as mine. He was pretty laid back.
I also met a doggie that like kitties. His man brought him over to the kitty side (not really allowed) and that was a friendly doggie but wowie he scared me half to death. Good thing my mommie was there.
So, anyway, the vet tech was a guy and he was really nice to me.
The vet lady said it is normal for 16 year olds to get constipated. How embarrassing.
When we got home I just curled up in a ball and tried to sleep off the trauma....
Now I have to take some medicine every day. Mom gives it to me in a syringe. she jusst dumps it in my mouth. I am okay with that. It is not so bad.
So anyway... life is good. I had a really nice looking poop this morning. Very big and brown. I was so proud of it I did not cover it.
Oh, I almost forgot, here is a picture of Blizzie the little girl bean at the kollig with her Jazzgroop. Mommie and daddie went to see her on Saterday. She is the one playing the big black box on the left. They call that a piano. We have one here but mommie wont let me in that room to inspect it. It is one of those, you know, "no-no" places
Mom is going to the rink today. We hope all of you kitties have a super fabbie day! We will be here, basking in the sun... oh, it looks like rain actually....
One of the advantages of being disorderly
is that one is constantly making
~A. A. Milne