Greystoke's Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour in Company & Conversation
April 2nd 2008 6:23 pm
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Today the Lady of the House took me to the vet. I might as well share with my diary what my recent problems have been: for the past several weeks, the Lady of the House has found, randomly, small inch-long droppings in various places throughout the house. As there are three of us cats, she was not sure of the source. Unfortunately, that source has been found to be me. I have been getting very excited and running throughout the house in a most undignified manner, jumping on furniture running through rooms and in circles, whirring and chirping. And, leaving a trail of droppings in my wake. At first, she did not see many, but they have increased quite a bit. And then, well, I jumped on her dresser and nightstand and the floor next to the bed - and those weren't small or dried-up. The morning after this, she actually witnessed my display of excitement. So, she decided to call the vet to make sure I am OK. Our vet was completely mystified as to what might be causing this odd behaviour. I have always been very docile and well-behaved. And, the vet could only say that I appear to be perfect health, but she agrees that this problem is not normal. Right now, the vet is not sure what is causing my.....problems. I have some rather vile looking liquid medicine I have to take twice a day for two weeks. If that doesn't work, then my vet has recommended that my mum take me to the University's Small Animal Health Clinic for behavioural evaluation and observation. Please cross your claws that this medicine works, and that I don't have to go to the University!
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