Gracie here. Dang peep took me to the vet yesterday. Wassup wid dat? The portal to hell was out but I didn’t think it was for me (despite all the ear yanking going on). She scooped me up and jammed me in that dang thing!
They did weird things. Long sticks were put in my ear so if it didn’t bother me when I went in, it sure bothers me now. They are doing a culture. I sang them a song of my people. I hit all the high notes too!
There was a lot of groping. It was all non-consensual. There must be a law about that. I have to check with Cat Protective Services. We get the culture results next week. Until then the peep has to keep cleaning them but no meds.
Then they mentioned a dental. I have a cracked tooth and some nasty looking ones. The peep asked if I could get a dental light (meaning cheaper) and the vet said no (and saw no humor in the peep’s comment). Vet talked about multiple extractions. Hope it doesn’t affect my smile. Will a toothless one get me more catnip? Will I be an internet star?
Then we had to stop at Starbucks. The peep needed her fix. They didn’t probe her ears but she got the mocha. What’s wrong with this picture?
Coming home was good. Gus smelled me all over to make sure they didn’t put any dog smell on me. I must have been ok. The other two were napping and missed my return.(There was a huge yellow lab in the waiting room. I was hollering loudly and he was sniffing all around my carrier but not too close. He didn’t say a word but I think he wanted to rescue me!)
Note from peep: Poor Gracie. They must have really dug in there. When she came home she was pawing at her ears for a few hours. She didn’t do that before she went. Vet said they would do a “deep cleaning” (that sounds scary) when she is under for the dental. (She will be selling pencils on the street corner to pay for that!) She has been keeping close to me. Most of the cats hide and sleep when they come back from the vet but Gracie gets needy. If she can’t see me she starts to holler. Loudly. Must be demons from a past life. Sweet, sweet Gracie!