December 27th 2011 7:12 pm
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Mom says we keep surprising her. She's starting to thank she's got us mixed up in her head. Here she was worried forever about Zach and how he would react to Gris. Turns out Gris adores Zach and Zach adores him. I've just now started cuddling with Gris. Just hard to relate to a ball of frenzy feed fuzz.
Now, it's modeling time. Our New Years Eve outfits came in today, along with two cards, one from Canada and one from Cali. Silly Mom left them at Grandma and Grandpas when she went in to visit and show Grandma our outfits.
Turns out Zach loved his but it was a little uncomfortable for a second or two. Personally, I have no pity for anybody anymore after wearing that stinky itchy rental bunny outfit for Easter last year....opps this year. Me, I loved looking pretty in my New Years Eve outfit and ran around the house just a strutting my stuff. Now I have a collar similar to Diamonds!
Mom finally found the camera. Guess where it was? Under the mountain of pillows on the bed, where she was laying this morning. MOL! And Gris said I hid it! Ha! He was right about one thing..Mom did look everywhere for that camera tonight. She was about to call ghostbusters when she found it.
Don't forget, purr for Gris. He's losing his manhood tomorrow. Poor boy. I remember when I got fixed I pulled my stitches out, twice. The second time it was only days from when they were supposed to get taken out anyway. Saved Mom some money, cause Doc said it was fine and she said "there's only but three stitches intact still, I'll just snip them myself" He said as long as everything looks good then that's fine.
Hi Zoe, well,certainly in our experience boy kitties are easier to integrate into a family. You ladies are more complicated and territorial.So we are happy to hear that you are coming around.
Your stitch story reminded me of Katerina. She also removed all the stitches but the last 3. We are purring for Gris, don't worry though,it really is much simpler for boys.
He will be home and running around before you know it. See if he'll listen to your mom telling him to take it easy. MOL
Oh and he is NOT losing his manhood. He is losing two useless grapes~this a ritual of becoming a MANCAT. You got that,little lady? MOL
Can't wait to see you in your New Year's outfit. Good job on hiding the camera. Got to keep mom on her toes, right?
Was the Canada card from us?
Hey Zoe I pulled out all of my stitches a few at a time. MOL Mom kept letting me have tiny bits of time without the cone of shame (the doc said I had to wear it)I did not need that doc to remove them. Anyway mom said little boy and tiny had no problems at all getting over the loss of their useless little grapes. I know he will do well.
lots of love
I had my operation earlier this year and the worst thing is the yukky food they give you after. I wouldn't touch it. Will be purring all goes smoothly Toby
Can't wait to see you all decked out! Sending purrs to Gris.
You know they're stopping using stitches now - they super-glued Sleeper and me, and all these ferals, too.
We just looked at our diaries, and see that I was jumping around by the next day; Samhain was taking it a little bit easier. But by Day 4 we were both pretty much back to normal.
Teddy, it was your card. You look so handsome on it and the other one was from Rivers family.
Just wanted you guys to know that Gris is home and doing fine (other than being a little loopy)
Glad to hear Gris is ok!
I'm glad to hear that Gris is doing good.