If I could get a photo of him standing up, you'd see how much he looks like a miniature black lion, but already he's running around too fast. The grogginess of anaesthetic seems to have worn off already.
Just home and very groggy, trying to walk but his legs kept folding under him
he made it to the food bowl. The vet said be careful of him jumping around too soon, well, Angel had different ideas, leapt out of the carrier as soon as I unlatched it. I didn't even open the door, he nudged it with his nose and was out before I could catch him.
napping on the bed.
here you can see the ridges left by the shaver. The vet said she didn't see any fleas at all, so that's a good thing.
he's back at the food bowl, jumped off the bed by himself. I didn't know he was awake until I heard him thud to the floor.
some of his stripe pattern is still visible.
here he is already wanting to go outside, meowing quite insistently too, but the vet said not too soon so I'm ignoring the pleas for freedom.
The grogginess wore off faster than I expected and he's running from front door to back door hoping I'll open either one. No way. He can use the litter tray today.
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