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The Clinic Cat(s)

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Home:Vancouver, BC, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 16 lbs.

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

June 23rd 2001

food of course

Not getting food early, and pets that are in cages.

Favorite Toy:
Tony loves his toy mice, Simon is not much of a player

Favorite Nap Spot:
Up by the front window where everyone can ooo and awww as they walk past.

Favorite Food:
Medi-Cal reducing

Sitting on paper work and cuddling.


Arrival Story:
Simon and Tony are the 'Clinic Cats' at work.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
Clinic Cats

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Long hair tips - matting - (plus gravol question...)

I've Been On Catster Since:
April 27th 2011 More than 5 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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The life of 2 Clinic Cats

Elsa the Clinic cat

April 21st 2016 3:08 pm
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Hello everyone, for those who have not met me yet. My name is Elsa, I am a clinic cat. I live at an animal hospital where the staff is trained to take care of all my needs. I have yet to find the perfect staff team but we are getting closer.

As mentioned in my last diary I have now hired a new staff member, we will call her the food provider for the sake of giving her a name. She has now been part of my staff team for 3 weeks. It is going pretty well. If you read my last diary you will know that she didn't follow my instructions very well. But she is definitely improving.

The food provider has learnt that I like to hide in the front reception area behind the computer. I like to pop up my head and scare the clients that don't know I am there. Although some of the staff bring their pets to work and they are up front as well. They are not particularly fond of me... so I tend to stick in the back while they are there.

There was one day when the stool was in the back of the clinic. The food provider wasn't listening to me, so I got up on the stool (which was right behind her) and poked her with my paw. It was time for dinner after all!! The food provider was oddly amused as I kept pawing her. That wasn't really the reaction I was going for... I got dinner late that night. As I do every night...

I do promise I will get a picture or two up. The food provider tried to take one yesterday but I told her it wasn't my good side and she needs to try again.

The clinic cat ~ Elsa


New Clinic New Cat!

April 9th 2016 10:48 pm
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Its been a while since we've been able to get into catster. And even longer since we ourselves have shown our faces. We 'Simon & Tony' were how our 'cat family' got introduced to catster. Many of you may remember our clinic stories. As far as we knew you guys enjoyed them. We Simon and Tony will no longer be the clinic cats here. As the food provider/staff has moved on to another clinic now. But what we can say, is that we are doing well. Tony has moved into a staff's home and Simon is still enjoying the clinic life.

From now on we will be looking through the eye's of a new Clinic cat. Her name is Elsa. The food provider has been through two other clinics which had no clinic cats and has stumbled upon the Clinic of Elsa.

We will refer to this new staff member as food provider as she is the most important as she is the only one with connections here on catster, as for all the other staff, we will just continue calling them staff as that's what all people are anyway.

So far I think the food provider has fit into this staff role quite nicely. Although I am not too sure what I think of her yet. As much as she has given me some scratches on the go, she still hasn't quite understood that she is under my control not what they call the boss or manager. To give you an example, all my staff were in the surgery room just hanging out. I'm not sure what gave them the idea to just do their own thing. But the food provider had the guts to also kick me out of the room! I told her I was the boss but she consistently disobeyed me anyway!! She kept saying me being in surgery was not sterile! What does that mean anyway?

That being said she did try make up for it for feeding me tonight. I tried to resist to show her she can't control me and that food won't make up for this injustice. But she drove a hard bargain... it just looked so good.

Anyways, I will leave my diary there for today. As I am not sure how many are around right now. We just got excited to introduce the new clinic cat and hope if Catster is getting back on its feet that we can get things going again.

Elsa - the 'new' clinic cat
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Hello from the clinic cats!

October 7th 2013 10:51 pm
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Although we do not see the food provider anymore, she does keep a tab on us!

She promised you guys that we'd keep you updated on our lives if she could.

We are good and well fed as always. Before the original food provider left Simon had been having blood in his poop. They had run tests on him a few times to see if there was anything wrong. Anyways now two of the staff had stepped forward and bought a new food for us (we have been on a weight loss food for a long time), there is now no blood! And they are looking a lot better, no dandruff and no greasy costs. Although we are getting a bit chubby as one of the staff is over feeding. The old food provider would have loved to change our diets but never was able to make it happen since the drs liked what we ate.

Anyways so we are doing well, and eating well of course. Yum.

That's about it from us for now. Purrs to anyone not feeling well, we hope our furriends are doing well.

The clinic cats,
Simon and tony

(Keep in mind the drs favourite foods are not nessicairly bad, just didn't work for Simon. And didn't really make us any skinnier... Although its hard to keep track of feeding with so many food providers, so secretly we probably get overfed too.)

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