The kittens operations went well *breathes huge sigh of relief* However we did have 'Cone' issues. the kittens were discharged on Friday with those ruddy awful plastic neck cones and we were given strict instructions to leave them on for 14 days.
Within 10 minutes of arriving home Jaffa had released herself from hers and poor Crumble was unable to function with hers on. Half an hour of chasing Jaffa stressed her out completely. The vets were phoned and I was informed I had to put the cone back on her..... ahem, how? so I made a decision, leave the cone off and watch her like a hawk. The next day, after finding Crumble face down on the bathroom floor, I took hers off too.
The difference in Crumble was immediate. She was happy.
I know this may be controversial to remove the cones. But, so far so good.
Although Jaffa has removed one stitch (the wound is still healthy and intact)
I decided to create Herb Ritts inspired Photographs
(apologies to Mr Ritts)
I was undecided over whether to publish them,
it all felt rather indulgent,
but then I thought
I like them!
I'm eating a poisoned paper weight
don't do it!
it makes you terribly queasy
and the most hideously awkward to photograph outfit I have ever worn,
I'm linking in with Sacramento - Share in Style, Free
Anne - 52 Pick me up, Dots,
I'll be round shortly,
I'm off on 'kitty wound watch' again
See you Soon!!
and a Big Thank You for all of your wonderful comments!