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Kaylee got spayed!

post #1 of 21
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This morning i had to leave my little beauty at the vet, she gave me the big pupil eyes as if "mumm dont leave me here dont goooo"
I just called to check up and everything went well, i get to pick her up in an hour :jumps:

She has also been microchipped, i got cat food from there that they advised and a new food strategy for the kitties.

I am taking teufel with me when i pick kaylee up for his yearly vaccinations!

When thats all done i get their european passports done next month and i will be completely wiped out with money

Atleast im doing mini jobs soon to earn some money!

I am very happy to have this finally out of the way
post #2 of 21
Aww bless her little heart! At least the worst parts over with Fran and she'll be back with you soon
post #3 of 21
That's great Fran! At least after today, it will all be sorted!

I bet you're looking forward to getting Kaylee back home with you!
post #4 of 21
Congrats to Kaylee!! Poor baby won't feel well for a little while though!!
post #5 of 21
I'm glad everything will be done for a while Fran! Now your babies won't have to worry about going back to the vet for a while (unless Kaylee needs stitches out...)

I love your kitties' names by the way. But how do you pronounce Teufel I want to make sure I'm saying it right.
post #6 of 21
Glad all went well Fran!
post #7 of 21
Hooray for Kaylee! I'm glad everything went well!
post #8 of 21
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She is home now, very sleepy and wobbly, i put her in a big cage so teufel can get the used to her smell since shes been gone for about 11 hours.
My vet told me to seperate them for the night.

Teufel is very happy to see her again, he whined to the way to the vets but he is doing fine and bouncing around as if he never got a shot

Kaylee has to go back in 10 days to get her stiches out, the vet and her assistant absolutely love them!!

Other than that they dont have to go back for a few more months, untill they get their EU passports.
post #9 of 21
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Originally Posted by fwan
Other than that they dont have to go back for a few more months, untill they get their EU passports.
Yay! We're glad to see both your babies are doing well!!! Question though, what is a European passport for cats? And what purpose are they for? I've never heard of that before... Hope you don't mind me asking...
post #10 of 21
I'm relieved to hear that everything went well, Fran! Poor little Kaylee, I hope her tummy doesn't hurt too much.
To answer a few questions that have been posed here: "Teufel", which means "devil", is pronounced "toy-full". A European pet passport is now required for all dogs, cats, and ferrets traveling within the European Union. Not only is there information about the pet, including the microchip number, but all vaccinations are entered in it (sort of like the rabies tags used in the U.S.). Basically, you have your pet's complete inoculation record in passport form.
Now I have a question, Fran: Where did you get those treats you sent Jamie? He loves them!
post #11 of 21
Fran,.. my best wishes for your lovely girl! I hope have a soon recovery and Well!!!

Please, keep us up-dated about it!
post #12 of 21
Hooray Kaylee.
Have a quick, easy recovery sweetie pie. :
post #13 of 21
Hooray Kaylee-hope you get to feeling better soon! Glad everything went well with her spay.
post #14 of 21
Yippy for Kaylee
post #15 of 21
Congratulations Kaylee!
post #16 of 21
That passport thing is pretty interesting. Not that our government would ever pass such a law, but it would be nice to have national standards on that stuff. I don't even think it's the law to get your cat vaccinated for rabies, like it is for dogs. I wish it was b/c people are so careless sometimes. Glad all went well for Kaylee!!
post #17 of 21
Congrats on her spay....I'm glad she's doing well! I wish her the best, quickest recovery
post #18 of 21
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Tricia: I bought them from Penny, but one thing i realised that they didnt Sell them in Witten, Maybe its a regional thing??
If you cant get hold of them ill post some more
Mine go crazy too.

I just let kaylee out of her cage, she is running around as if nothing happened she looks so beautiful.

I will be needing the European passports, incase i go on another holiday i can take them with me and the fact that i will be leaving Germany at the end of the year.

Thank you all for having Kaylee in your prayers and thoughts.
post #19 of 21
I'm so glad Kaylee is recovering from her spay. She sure did grow up fast...it seems like just yesterday when you first got her!

I wish more people were responsible to spay and neuter their pets. It is so much healthier, and we would not have the kitty overpopulation problem!
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
I'm so glad Kaylee is recovering from her spay. She sure did grow up fast...it seems like just yesterday when you first got her!

I wish more people were responsible to spay and neuter their pets. It is so much healthier, and we would not have the kitty overpopulation problem!
I know, she was already supposed to be spayed end of january/beggingin of Febuary, but my ex left me with very heavy bills, so i had to delay kaylee.
But now finally everything has been done!

post #21 of 21
Passports are all part of trying to make the EU rabies free, or at least well under control. It is even more important for cats and dogs coming from outside the EU to have their passports, as they have to have a blood test to prove the rabies shot has taken, and then it is certified in their passport that three months have elapsed since the test. All my five now have their passports, though new regulations here allow animals from Bosnia to travel on a Bosnian passport - the same but with a Bosnian flag on it instead of an EU circle of stars!
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