purr-sonality, just like our other cats. I love how she gives me this truly trusting look, knowing that I'm always there for her. Today during school, all I could think about was what she was doing. Right now, she's curled up in her basket asleep. Her appetite is wearing her out. She's eating steadfastly.
Last night was Piper's first night home from the vet. I was so glad to have her back in my room. She was definitely woozy from her medicine, which made it hard for her to jump up on my high bed. Amazingly, she made it up when I was in bed watching Mamma Mia on my dvd player. About 11:30 pm. She came right up to me and plopped down inbetween me and the dvd player and began purring.
She's incredibly sweet. I know she is really bonded to me, as I am to her. We watched Mamma Mia together until midnight and I went to bed. I woke up around 3:30 am to go to the bathroom and she was still there, curled up right next to me. I was suprised she was still sleeping with me and not in her kitty basket! I got out of bed and she let out a small mew as if to say, "Where are you going?" I was quick to get back into the room and curl up asleep with her. I woke up a few hours later in the morning and she was still curled up next to me, but got down to eat her breakfast.
Her spay looks good, she is still dripping tiny drops of blood - but I think she'll be good soon. The room smells terrible after she uses the littler box, I think her pain medication makes her stomach feel bad. Plus she's eating a lot of food. I'm going to the mall on Saturday and will definitely be picking up some bath and body works wall flower scent diffusers to mask the odors. Piper goes back to the vet next week for a spay check up. Mom will have a fun week taking her to the vet, and then our own cats have vet appointments.
Can't wait for Friday to go to PetSmart for adoption events. I need to buy Piper some goodies :) I know, I'm a sucker. This family is for this sweet little cat!
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