Radar only ever goes to the vet, but despite numerous injections, rectal thermometers, dye in his eyes to check for scratches, and various other indignities, he still jumps straight in his carrier as soon as I open it. We don't have our own transport but he loves going on the bus or being carried around, he looks out of the grille at the front and observes everything. He must know that we are on our way to the vet, but it doesn't phase him in the slightest. He was a bit disturbed when a police car with sirens full blast went past today as we were waiting at the crossing to go to the vet, but he wasn't terrified or anything. He has to go back tomorrow and I really don't want to have to take him back again until he's due for his 1 year boosters, he's been up there enough with very minor ailments and hopefully this one is minor too and he will be ok tomorrow cos I don't know what I will do if he's not.
He really is one in a million that cat, completely unique, and I love him so much it hurts.