Lest you think that the saga of the quarantine will be forever,
I think this is my last post on the quarantine days.
*they are now with us, you know*
But really, it is a testimony to the power of forgiveness and love
that these guys like us at all.
If you see it from their perspective, they came to their forever home and
it was all lovey-dovey for one night then to the vets and ringworm and
then quarantine and then urinary tract infection
*thank Bastet for finding it quickly because the temp vet did not,
and it was probably that she fed them lots of baby food which is not good for cats*
because the schedule also called for copious amounts of drugs
to be given morning and night!
Here we are, visiting, running a business,
and they are alone in a big room next to our studio, with toys and snuggly places
but still alone and the scary sound of the warehouse district and
then of the half-dozen visits a day two were accompanied by the drug crap!
Savitri got wise quickly and stayed at arms length morning and night,
but snuggled and played with us in between.
Anywho, the temp vet was bad
*our beloved Dr. Prull was on vacation how dare she*
and Bastet helped but so did the fact that we are wise parents and insisted
this so-so vet test for the things we thought of…
Dr. Prull is the best and she has guided us through the rest and they are now healthy and happy crazy cats as you all know and now for the fun and silly posts!
Bastet is the Egyptian Cat Goddess…
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Yay! So happy to read this, Kate. Bring on the fun!