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post #31 of 49
So glad to hear he is home.
post #32 of 49
glad he's home - bless sweet Wellington he's had a couple of traumatic days he'll get some peace and quiet now for his recovery
post #33 of 49
Glad to hear Wellington is home, and the problem was not as bad as it might have been. Here's to quick healing!
post #34 of 49
Poor Wellington! That paint was definitely a blessing in disguise. The poor boy was probably not feeling well to begin with and wasn't showing any symptoms at the time.

I'm so glad that he is home and that it wasn't a really serious thing. What an ordeal for the poor boy.
post #35 of 49
Frankie sends a face wash, and me chin skritiches. I am glad he's home and it wasn't quite the surgery you thought he would need.
post #36 of 49
Glad to hear Wellington's at home and on the road to recovery. to both of you.
post #37 of 49
I'm so glad to hear he's home and on the road to being all better!
post #38 of 49
hows the little fella fairing up this morning
post #39 of 49
Goodness, Jenny, what a couple of days! I'm so glad Wellington is doing better after his surgery. Maybe he ran into that brush on purpose, who knows? Hugs from Colorado.
post #40 of 49
Oh thats great news Jenny, Hope he continues to get better and stays that way
post #41 of 49
Thread Starter 
Thanks all. He is definitely much better this morning - has eaten, pooped and PEED. Even had a chasing game with Biscotte. He is not quite himself yet, seems to need even more cuddles than usual, but it may be the meds are making him a bit lethargic. And it was a traumatic time for him. But I am very relieved, and I am sure he is too!
post #42 of 49
OH goodness Jenny, I just caught up on this. So glad that Wellington is home and recovering.
post #43 of 49
I too am just catching up with this thread and I am so glad that he is doing better...A definite blessing (the paint accident)..Give him lots of hugs from me..
post #44 of 49
Thread Starter 
He made me cry tonight. It was time for his tablets, and they must taste bitter because he hates them, and he is usually very good about tablets. I couldn't find him immediately, and when I did, he was lying on my bed under some clean towels. So I gave him his medicine, which he took like a trouper, shaking his head a bit. Then I stroked him for a minute and came to the computer. Five minutes later he followed me, jumped on my lap and demanded a cuddle. He lay back in my arms and gave me that shining look of love that I am sure you all know. It was as if he was saying that he knew I had to do these things and he was sure I had my reasons and he trusted me. I just wept, thinking of all I have put him through in the last few days, even if it has been for his own good. He is such a special boy.
post #45 of 49
What a sweet boy! Gosh, I got all teary just reading that.

I'm glad he's doing better, I'm glad he didn't need to have the major surgery to remove the stone. And I'm especially glad that he's already PEED!!


Pee Pee Dance!
post #46 of 49
Glad he is feeling better, he is very sweet and forgiving. Tolly bears a grudge for days.
post #47 of 49
Well now I'm teary. I am so glad he's feeling better, and told you so clearly, how much he loves all your care and efforts.

Patrick(RB) was good at giving me that look.

Ah those who do not understand cats and how interactive, communicative and loving they are, are missing so very much in life.
post #48 of 49
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Well now I'm teary. I am so glad he's feeling better, and told you so clearly, how much he loves all your care and efforts.

Patrick(RB) was good at giving me that look.

Ah those who do not understand cats and how interactive, communicative and loving they are, are missing so very much in life.
Ain't that the truth!! Glad your boy is feeling better, Jenny.
post #49 of 49
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Originally Posted by Pat & Alix View Post

Ah those who do not understand cats and how interactive, communicative and loving they are, are missing so very much in life.
What wise words!

I am so glad he is feeling better, Jenny. Continued prayers and vibes for you both. Im so glad he let you know he is ok.
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