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I'm so embarrassed!

post #1 of 29
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I took Miss Sydney Boo for her second round of vaccines tonight, and she embarrassed her meowmy!

What a little firecracker, it took the vet, her assistant and me to hold her (even though she was wrapped in a towel) and 10 minutes of yowling, scratching and biting to even check her temp

She asked me if Sydney was spoiled at home I felt like such a bad meowmy!



post #2 of 29
aww don't feel like a bad meowmy! you're a great meowmy!
post #3 of 29
"Is she spoiled?" What kind of question is that??? OF COURSE, she's your baby! That's what you do is spoil her!
post #4 of 29
At least she didn't have poop all over her like Ox did when I took him to the vet last month!!
post #5 of 29
Aw, Sydney, why do you give your vet and mom a hard time??

Well, if it makes you feel better...Trout is the same way...she HATES the vet.

You are a fine mom Tracy
post #6 of 29
Welcome to the world of calicos Tracy!! Yeah, she's a dilute calico but she's a calico just the same. Sydney, you make every cat proud!
post #7 of 29
Because Quicksilver struggled so much, on wendesday (they gave her a pre-op look over) When I took her to be stayed this morning they asked if a I wanted her chiped at the same time as it would be easier for them and less stressful for her. I said yes of couse Quicksilver hates the vets now, but Creep let the vets do whatever they want and takes it out on me at home
post #8 of 29
I consider myself lucky! Chynna doesn't mind the vet at all. She's a real social butterfly and if it means more attention, she's there!!!! LOL
post #9 of 29
"Is she spoiled at home?" Of course she is! She insists on being spoiled as every self-respecting cat does, so why wouldn't you? But that really has little to do with her reaction at the vet. Silly vet!
post #10 of 29
Oh toooo funny! Once Tiger jumped on top of the keyboard on the computer in exam room while we were waiting for the vet and did something funny....it was making all kinds of noises! Someone heard and came in and I was just like 'I didn't do it!' and pointed at Tiger! Lil stinker!
post #11 of 29
What hissy fits! Sounds like Reilly taught her how to behave at the vets!

I took Wiggies in this morning for bloodwork, and he was a wee angel. They don't know what a he is at home!
post #12 of 29
Okay this is kind of unrelated...but It's so weird, I have to tell you guys..

My friends kitten who is about 10 weeks old...ALWAYS purrs...she even purrs at the vet when the vet is taking her temperature...she just purrs away even though there is a foreign object fishing around her behind...
Tell me that isn't a freak kitten
post #13 of 29
Tracy don't feel bad...Joey straddled Severino in their carrier and peed on him then when we got in the exam room after the techs cleaned up Sev, Joey walked over near Sev and pooped right next to him on the table LOL
post #14 of 29
aww, look on the bright side, least she didn't fart in the vets face the way my Sam did first time I took him.
I can still see the poor woman's face
post #15 of 29
Did she get "trouble-maker" written on her chart like 8-bit? it could have been worse
so far all my kitties have been perfect angels at the vets, they're like natalie ca's Chynna, they just love the attention!
post #16 of 29
Most cats are like that. Lily gets home visits and hasnt been to the vet since her spay. That was 8 years ago. She bit the vet and assistant really bad and refused to eat for a week and a half after her last trip. Annie Rose if she gets scared at all starts hissing and scratching at everything so she has to be wrapped in a towel the whole time. Kitten is ok. She doesnt like to be held by anyone and never has. But at the vets shes usually so scared she clings to whoever is holding her and just hangs there and they can do whatever they need. Bagheera loves the vet. He purrs and runs around like he's at home. They all love him.
post #17 of 29
MIne love to go to the Vets.As soon as thier carriers are open,out they come because they know the Vet will cuddle with them.And then as soon as they are home,Meowmy feels sorry for them and has to give them a treat.
post #18 of 29
Tracey, Jamie is known as "the cat from hell" at our vets' office, and I have to make an appointment with both vets, because the vet techs refuse to have any dealings with him. When I take him in, both vets are wearing padded jackets and safety goggles, and have to check him out/treat him while he's perched on my head. Guess who has managed to win the "Worst Patient of the Year" award for most of his 7 1/2 years on earth? I'm beyond embarrassed - "resigned" is the most appropriate expression!!!! So cheer up - it could be worse!
post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by jcat View Post
Tracey, Jamie is known as "the cat from hell" at our vets' office, and I have to make an appointment with both vets, because the vet techs refuse to have any dealings with him. When I take him in, both vets are wearing padded jackets and safety goggles, and have to check him out/treat him while he's perched on my head. Guess who has managed to win the "Worst Patient of the Year" award for most of his 7 1/2 years on earth? I'm beyond embarrassed - "resigned" is the most appropriate expression!!!! So cheer up - it could be worse!
post #20 of 29
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Originally Posted by jcat View Post
Tracey, Jamie is known as "the cat from hell" at our vets' office, and I have to make an appointment with both vets, because the vet techs refuse to have any dealings with him. When I take him in, both vets are wearing padded jackets and safety goggles, and have to check him out/treat him while he's perched on my head. Guess who has managed to win the "Worst Patient of the Year" award for most of his 7 1/2 years on earth? I'm beyond embarrassed - "resigned" is the most appropriate expression!!!! So cheer up - it could be worse!
Oh my goodness!! I feel so much better about it now!
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by Trouts mom View Post
Okay this is kind of unrelated...but It's so weird, I have to tell you guys..

My friends kitten who is about 10 weeks old...ALWAYS purrs...she even purrs at the vet when the vet is taking her temperature...she just purrs away even though there is a foreign object fishing around her behind...
Tell me that isn't a freak kitten

HAHAHAHAHAHA that is funny


Miss Mew dont be down you are a great Meowmy
post #22 of 29
MOST cats put up fits at the vets office, yous tupid vet! Maybe you kitty just may have a case of the "TCS love"!!!!
post #23 of 29
She was showing you a little taste of the "wrath of cat" lol...
post #24 of 29
Don't feel bad, my RB cat, BC had to have a cat muzzle put on and was handled with thick leather gloves by the techs for his yearly exams and vaccs.
Sydney sounds tame by comparison.
post #25 of 29
Raphael has to be put under anesthesia to so much have his nails trimmed, so I feel your pain.

This is after he full-on attacked my vet in full-yowl mode, causing the vet to bleed and swell. If he wasn't such a tremendous vet, I would have never shown my face or his again in there! And THEN, when the vet was done, he had the nerve to PURR AND SIT IN THE VET'S LAP. Cats. Who needs 'em?
post #26 of 29
I have one suggestion - not sure if it will help...I've had several people say that putting a harness on a cat has the effect - sometimes - of rendering them immobilized. Maybe you could at least try fitting a harness on her to see if she will keel over in complete limpness!??
post #27 of 29



My boy Meir is placid as a wet towel on wash day when he's at the vet

Fortunately I haven't had to take my ferals in,but they are due in the next couple o months
post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by kluchetta View Post
I have one suggestion - not sure if it will help...I've had several people say that putting a harness on a cat has the effect - sometimes - of rendering them immobilized. Maybe you could at least try fitting a harness on her to see if she will keel over in complete limpness!??
That's an idea - some cats do turn into "boneless kitties" in a harness.
I use a harness just to keep Jamie somewhat under control at the vets' office. One of his brothers is so bad that his owner (who has four others, and is very conscientious) has simply given up on yearly exams and boosters.
post #29 of 29
Luckily my vet is an old country vet because Tavia nails him every time and she usually pees on him too she hates going to the vets. And she yowls the whole way there and back and we usually have to open the window because of the cat pee smell. And then she hides for like a day and a half from me. I have to spend half the day hunting her down prior to the vet visit. Because she hates it so much.
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