Oh she is SO pretty!!
As for the ear drops thing, good luck! :lol3: Do you have someone who can help you? I would try wrapping her in a towel and have someone hold her on a bed while you do it. Talk to her in a soothing voice and just try to do it as quickly as possible (so have everything ready to go before you pick her up).
I can't wait for pictures of the kittens!
(One way to re-size them if you use photobucket is to go to your album and click on the picture. A new screen will come up and at the top there will be a menu and one option is to resize, click to resize and choose either the website size or the message board size).
I'm sending you a plane ticket so you can be my ear drop assistant
My husband was going to help me this morning, but kitty was MIA and she didn't surface until after he left for work. But I did just try the towel thing and it worked pretty well. I had to wrap it around her like a cape and hold it pretty tight around her neck since she was trying to get out. SHe doesn't mind the drops so much, but she hates when I rub them in (and if you don't rub them in she shakes her head and the medication comes flying out).
According to the vet, the drops will only bother her while there are still live mites in her ears. He said that when the mites encounter the poison, they go into "death throws" which is very uncomfortable and itchy for the cat. Ewwwwwwwww.