June 11th 2014 11:42 am
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Well, it looks like the milk made my tummy feel yucky and all!! Good thing is was only the milk and not the plastic bag!!
Yesterday i was mai usual happy groovy kind of guy ~ ate all my meals wif gusto and slept in bed wif Meowmy
Thank you all fur dem loving kind words, purrs and prayers.
Now, off to halp Meowm make a holder fur dem plastic bags, MOL
We went thru the lower parts where I can reach all around da house and now there are no more within my reach, but all are put away behind close doors and stuff just in case
Really glad to hear you are okay. Mom did the best thing, hiding those plastic baggies (uh, I almost typed "gaggies"!) away. My cohabitator, Bibi, likes to stick her head in meowmie's mint tea and other tea too, so meowmie drinks out of a travel mug now, unless its coffee which neither of us will go near.
Glad it was just milk - that was scary. We use Litter Genies too, but Mom keeps the extra bags in a container. Momma uses her own bags at the grocery or Target, so we don't have too many of the store bags. We thought of looking for a roll of compostable bags to use.
Good news, Friday. Now no more sneaking milk from mom's glass!
Good to hear Friday!
That'sh grrreat newsh Friday! I'sh sho glad you'sh ok my Furiend!:D♥
Purrs and Hugs,
Luigi and Smiley
Dear fRIDAY... pLEASE GET TO GEELING BETTER VERY SOON OUR DEAR FRIEND!! wE ARE SENDING YOU MANY PURRS AND HUGS. zOEY AND fURRY fAMILY AND mOM TOO
So happy to hear you are OK and none of the plastic got inside or harmed you.
That's great news, Friday! Meowmie will feel better once the bags are out of reach. I guess you won't be drinking any more milk. Some kitties can drink small amounts of milk without problemd. Tiny used tk have a sip of milk every day and he never got sick. Most cats get sick from milk and can't drink it. I'm sure it wax nice tk be right by Meowmie's side after not feeling well.
Glad you found out what was wrong, and its an easy fix! Doc says milk is for kitties with hard poops as we are lactose intolerant and it causes diarrhea. You can always give lactose free milk once in a while - Goats milk ;).
But we're glad it wasn't the bag, I can imagine that was scary for your Mom.
I'm glad you're feeling okay, Friday--just stay away from those plastic baddies--I mean, baggies!
*flips tail anxiously*
Hi Friday! We're glad to hear that your problems weren't caused by the plastic bags but by something much easier to fix!! Be good, well as good as you can be, & be well.
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