09 March 2011
Being out and busy yesterday, EJ came home in the late afternoon.
As soon as EJ opened the door, Cinders, a senior cat, walked out to the porch to greet EJ which was unusual. Before leaving in the morning, EJ left Cinders to roam the whole house while the other cats were limited to their room and yard.
On entering, EJ was horrified to see the state and mess the house was in. There were drops of blood on the floor.
Her vomit was on some old newspapers and her wastes on the floor mats. Two floor mats had to be thrown away as it was too messy to clean.
Cinders has urinary problems with blood in her urine. A phone call was promptly made for an appointment with her vet this morning.
By the time the cleaning the whole house of the mess was finished, EJ was too zonked out to do anything including checking emails and blogs.
The journey to the vet this morning was full of wails from Cinders.
Being 17 in 3 months', her vet decided against giving any antibiotics. Instead Cinders was given Cystaid Capsules, a complementary feed to sustain the production of Glycosaminoglycans in the bladder.
Tommy, still suffering an allergy from mosquito/insect bites, had his bath this afternoon to help clean and ease the itchiness from the healing scratch wounds.
EJ is tired and may not be able to visit as many blogs.
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