very, very small and slink away, but once again her plan was foiled. Dr. Joe poked and prodded and pressed and looked at her toofies and weighed her and gave her a rabies shot. Puff was pronounced VERY healthy for an 11 year old kitty and her toofies are perfect!
Powder was subjected to all of the same things once Mommy extracted her from her PTU. Dr. Joe had a few extra surprises up his sleeve for our littlest sister. Powder not only had a rabies shot, she got a steroid shot to see if it may help her "anxiety itching". You see, sometimes Powder gets so anxious she will scratch herself 'till she has a Boo-Boo. I've talked about her shyness and anxiety a lot and both Dr. Joe and our last VET the wonderful Dr. Sundahl have tried everything to make Powder more comfortable being Powder. We'll see if this helps. Powder got a great report - and her toofies are perfect as well. They even looked at our ::whispers:: poop! And they said that looked good! Beans are strange, aren't they? Puff and Powder were put back in their PTU's (they were thrilled to get back in them!) and Mommy gave the VET many green papers. The VET gave her Puff and Powder's report card and rabies tags and back in the car they went. After 7 more minutes of a calico chorus everyone was home. Powder went straight-away under the bed and Puff went directly to the litter box. Daddy said that the experience must have scared the, well you can just guess what he said.
I am glad that my sisters are in great health. I hope the shot helps Powder, she came out from under the bed and had a nice lunch. She took a nap on a radiator and was all lovey-dovey with Mommy. I guess all is forgiven and all's well that ends well.
Now let's get back to the business of getting ready for Santa!