Monday, May 1, 2017

Edmund the cat

Poor Edmund has an ear hematoma,He just came back from the vet and both Sneaky the cat and me are overwhelm,


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  1. Poor Edmund, he won't like that. When one of mine got sent home with one of these it lasted about 10 minutes and we took it off. I don't think anything suffered by it.

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    1. It has to be 10 days,cost me a fortune,he does not like it and we shall see.

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    2. Rules are made to be broken.

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    3. I am afraid that the stiches will open, i don't know.

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    4. Ah yes, stitches involved. You are right. He needs the cover.

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    5. But you are right about ruls in general.

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  2. Just got back from a doctor appointment myself recently and I totally sympathize with Edmund.

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    1. You always sympathize with us and willing to pay the price:) i hope your animals are OK.

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  3. Poor Edmund. I'll bet he's embarrassed!

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  4. I would now call him Bucket-Head. Harsh, but accurate.

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    1. I had an Uncle called Edmund. He was a classic Uncle - a chirpy 65 year-old Londoner after the war. His wife made him suffer I think.

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    2. My son called him that name,the only Edmund i know is Rotchild.

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  5. The cone of shame! Poor Edmund.

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    1. I just cook for him a special meal but it is so hard to eat with thatthing on his had.

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  6. Oh poor thing! I hope he can take it off very soon. Courage Yael!

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  7. Ah, yes, the cone of shame! Poor, little kitty.

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  8. Poor thing; they hate those cones! I would too.

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  9. Are you permitted to take it off for him to eat? Poor fellow!

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    1. No, i build him a special high and nerrow dish so he can eat.

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  10. yael,
    i don't know the fabric of that cone but ours are plastic and i cut a dip in the part ear the mouth so they can eat and drink but still not touch their stitches.

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  11. Thank you Deborah that is a good idea i shall do it i think.

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  12. I feel sorry for Edmund! Such a constriction, but I know it is for the good to protect the stitches from infection. I imagine he is counting the days as well?!!

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