I hope so too. What a cutie!By the way, you've been added to the blogroll, should have done that a long time ago.welcome.
Oh, hope every thing works out for you and your friend! I look forward to seeing you again. Oh, and shoot something!
Thanks, Brigid! They are all my darlings.
@Keads - Yeah, when think settle down and I'm not running back and forth to the vets, a range day is definitely needed. We need to do another blog shoot.
My son is transitioning from diapers and now piddling everywhere. Damn annoying! What's your vet's name? Maybe he can help. :)
@Andy - My neighbor's grandson used to simply remove everything and escape out the door...
Crook in the tail, a "srsly? really?" look in the eye.I'd say hang on to that tomcat. Mouser and rat killer. Might even be a "chase the squirrel up the tree and drag it out" kind of cat.Attitude counts.
@kx59 - He is definitely a fine mouser! And I wouldn't give him up for nuttin'!
Wish you the best on that one...
@Old NFO - Looks like it may be bladder/kidney stones, but we need another sonogram to confirm. At least it didn't involve the word "mass".