Thursday, October 21, 2010
Karen Jo: That was my nephew. He drove me home from the airport.
Then Mom fed me and petted me and played with me for a while. Then she decided to go to her room and turned out the lights and left me all alone in the dark again. I cried and cried until she came back and turned on the lights once more. She petted me and asked what was wrong. Then she said the magic word "bed" and I followed her back to her room and curled up on the bed with her and we watched TV together and I got petted and petted and petted. It was wonderful. She only got up to get into her PJs and into the bed and then I got petted some more.
I missed Mom a lot, but I didn't mope or stop eating or anything like that. I met the cat sitter at the door whenever she came over and let her give me my Interferon with no fuss at all. I didn't get my poop medicine while Mom was gone, because Mom said that was a bit too complicated for this cat sitter, but I am pooping just fine. No trace of pudding poop, so Mom says I don't have to take my poop medicine any more, unless the pudding poop comes back again. Yay! I played with the cat sitter a little tiny bit, but I wouldn't play with the other lady who came by a couple of times. I did let her pet me some.
We didn't blog before now because Mom has been a bit tired or something.
Karen Jo: I was two time zones away and on a different schedule. I am almost back to normal now. I had a nice visit, but didn't do much. I did get lots of rest and I feel great.
Thanks to every cat and dog who came to my house trashing party. I got almost everything back to normal before Mom showed up, so she didn't suspect anything. All she found was a bit of unrolled TP.