Well, I was half an hour late at the surgery after having major hassles getting the girls into their basket. They both fit into one basket at the moment but today, they decided it would be much more fun not to visit the vet and play one kitten in and one kitten out i.e. I get one kitten into the basket but as soon as I try to get the second one in, the first one jumps out!
After having my arms, chest and face scratched to pieces (Valentines Day is going to be interesting when people see my face tomorrow
), I gave up. I left Cinders in the basket and went to find a box to put Bella in.
The vet pronounced them to be perfectly healthy so they are being fixed on Friday and being micro-chipped at the same time. I was given the option of having bloodwork done prior to the op - they didn't think it was necessary but said it was up to me. I've said "No" for the time being but can change my mind. Do you think I should get their bloodwork done?
The drive to and from the vets was absolutely horrible
Both Cindy and Bella howled and cried all the way there, they were fine in the surgery and then cried all the way home. Cindy even meowed in a way that I had never heard before and it was rather scary
Anyway, we are all home now and they seem to still trust me despite all the trauma of getting there and back. Bella is fast asleep cuddled into my side and Cinders did come over meowing for attention but has left me in favour of food
Oh yes, and while I was there, I bought another cat carrier