As mentioned in yesterday’s post, Ivy came through her spay surgery just fine. I picked her up shortly after 8, brought her home, and set her free. She took a 10 minute bath and spent the rest of the day snoozing, moving to another favorite spot, and snoozing some more. She was quiet as could be (though she purred like crazy) and I did not miss the howling one tiny bit.
She’s here with us ’til Friday, and then she goes home!
No, she’s not wearing a cone. Our fosters have never needed a cone or collar after their spays and neuters; I keep an eye on them to be sure they’re not messing with their incisions, and will do the same with Ivy.
2021: Canasta has reached the stage of pregnancy where she tries to scratch under her chin, but can only get her back foot up as far as her side, so she kind of scratches the air.
2020: JoJo’s watching squirrels with Uncle Archie.
2019: No entry.
2018: …rough, rough life.
2017: How Sheriff Mama (Kara) spends her days.
2016: Levine was all “WHAT IN TARNATION IS GOING ON?!”
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: Sights from around Crooked Acres.
2011: I actually think that Corbie will be okay at the adoption center, because he’s the kind of cat who takes his cues from the cats around him.
2010: “Who, US? We weren’t doing anything, honest!”
2009: From the terrified, practically-feral kittens they were to the kittens who actually seek out human interaction they are now, they’ve changed a lot.
2008: No entry.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.