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post #151 of 164
I hope you find her! That's terrible! I mea, you just finally got her home after the whole ordeal and now she's outside! Does she answer to her name? Has she ever been outside before since you got her? If not then just wait a little while and then go look for her. If you chase her right away it will just frighten her, just let her explore so she is more calm. At least, that's what I had to do when my cat got out. I just had to keep an eye on her and watch where she went, if I went for her she would run away. Soo...I gave her time to get calm and then nabbed her. Ooooohhh...I hope you catch her soon before she gets hurt. I mean, if she tries to jump or something she could hurt herself and tear out the staples. Poor girl...poor you!
post #152 of 164
Thread Starter 
Oh, please, my most abject apologies. She is NOT outside. She took off from the bedroom into the kitty litter room under the chair. What pissed me off the most was that she was singing, "Who let the dogs out, woof, woof........ who let the dogs out, woof woof".
post #153 of 164
Ooooohhhh, sorry, I misunderstood.

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Originally Posted by KittenKiya View Post
What pissed me off the most was that she was singing, "Who let the dogs out, woof, woof........ who let the dogs out, woof woof".
Ummm...maybe you should cut back a bit on the vodka...LOL!
post #154 of 164
Yeah, that keeping kitties quiet after a spay is a hard thing. At least she made it through the surgery so its done!

Tortiebaby...you are too funny!
post #155 of 164
Glad to hear she is home. I pray that this helps her to settle down.

I'd like to thank you TortieBaby. I think this site is great, but this is the first time I've laughed out loud. You are funny.
post #156 of 164
I'm glad I could be of assistance...by the way, did you know that if you laugh hard 100 times you will have done enough excersise to lose a pound?
post #157 of 164
Thread Starter 
Au contraire, mi amiga!!! More vodka!!!! NOW!!!!!

It appears that I am going to be drinking it by the gallon now. She trying to eat off the stocking that they sent her home in. They said not to give her much water at first, she had her head in the water bowl, slurping away. They said not to eat too much at first, she cleaned out the food bowl.
post #158 of 164
You should get her an E. Collar. Not only will it keep her from chewing at the stocking, but it also looks absolutely hilarious! You do realize, however, that if you DO get her an E. Collar that you will be fully responsible for posting pics of it, right?

I think I have some pics of my mom's dog wearing one of those, let me see if I can find one and scan it onto my computer and post it for you all. Then you'll just hace 98 more laughs to go before you lose a pound! Yippee!
post #159 of 164
Well, Milli(that's her name) has had her good days:



Her bad days:



And...her collar days:



Of course, she wasn't too upset about the collar, I mean, at least she didn't have to wear a hat like the cats did...



(poor cats)
post #160 of 164
Enjoy the pics!
post #161 of 164
Thread Starter 
I know exactly what you mean. One of the cats had to have one on, it was so funny.

I will have to take the stocking off her when I get home today, because as I said before, she is shredding it. I made my own E collar at one point.......hmmmm, maybe I can find something at home......hmmmmm. Good idea.
post #162 of 164
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Originally Posted by TortieBaby View Post
I'm glad I could be of assistance...by the way, did you know that if you laugh hard 100 times you will have done enough excersise to lose a pound?
o.k. well if that is true, then I'm well on my way from this thread alone.
post #163 of 164
LOL! Who need a diet, just come to this thread every day!
post #164 of 164
Thread Starter 
Since Tammy-Timmy has been spayed, I have shifted the advice/complaint/screaming/drinking/yelling/hollering/crying/praying/swearing questions to behavior thread under Tammy-Timmy.....again.

This should clear some space for the REALLY pregnant ladies.
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