24 December 2014
Captain Jack Sparrow HAWK simply refused to wear the Santa hat to pose for a shoot.
Our human tried the next best, Santa head band, to which Captain Jack pushed it down and stuck his tongue out in retaliation.
Tanya, however, wore it beautifully on her fat rump!
With Pebble needing constant attention, our human only put up simple decorations on a secion of Pebble's barricade. Here's Captain Jack eyeing Pebble with Winnie on the top shelf and Tanya resting on the floor.
We wish you all MERRY CHRISTMAS!
And thank you all for your encouraging and comforting words, wishes and prayers.
19 December 2014
Pebble drools a lot.
She do not know how to clean herself, and becomes a mess after trying to eat or after feeding. (Our human syringe feed her at times when she could not eat properly.) Her long fur makes it worse.
Our human dared not give her a bath for fear that it may worsen her condition and can only wipe her regularly followed by blow dry with a hair dryer. Perhaps a hair trim will help keeping clean easier.
A pretty Pebble (to our human) resting and staring blankly (blindly) with awkwardly placed limbs.
This was caught at the start of her toppling sideways. Note her drool-soaked snout.
09 December 2014
EJ wanted to give the kitties a treat and gave them chicken instead of the usual canned tuna.
Meowing loudly, Pebble wobbled to her dish, got down clumsily and dipped her head down. Notice that her water and food bowls are put in corners so that the bowls would stay better in place to Pebble's flailing limbs.
But Pebble did not eat. She could not. The excitement triggered a seizure and she stayed in that position mouth in bowl.
Once EJ found Pebble doing a head stand in the food bowl with her body up and balanced in the corner. Our human did not mean to be cruel but laughed first before rescuing Pebble. Good thing it was just kibbles.
09 November 2014
Ever since Pebble is permanently confined to her personal suite over two months ago, she had her own water and food bowl.
EJ noticed Pebble spent a long time squatting at the water bowl and went down on the floor to peep. Pebble could not reach down to drink water and was licking air. EJ got this really flat stone from the garden to elevate the water bowl so Pebble could drink.
Last week when EJ was giving out canned tuna, all the cats would call as usual while waiting patiently for it. Pebble, too, joined in and called.
Pebble took one bite of tuna from her elevated bowl and promptly fell over. She had a mild seizure from the excitement of eating.
EJ was horrified to hear the thud of Pebble's bones hitting hard on the tiled floor, immediately removed the stones, and the water and food bowls were put back on the floor.
Not giving up, Pebble ate lying there. EJ helped by rolling the tuna like mini sushi rolls to handfeed her. She finished the tuna with fish bits all over her and the floor. Pebble could not and cannot clean herself.
At times, Pebble had seizures during urination and defecation. She would have that weird concentration look on her face and would fall over with all her four legs stiff in the air. Finding that position comical, EJ sometimes would laugh and sad at the same time.
30 October 2014
EJ was surprised to see loose sisal ropes hanging from the kitty boardwalk. The sisal rope used is very long and there is no joining at that point.
The kitties could not possibly use a knife or scissors. So what happened? And who did it?
A few days later, EJ happened to walk past the meowroom door and saw this. The culprit at work chewing and clawing the rope.
Well, EJ is wondering what to do on how best to mend or change it and appreciate suggestions.