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Monkey’s Day

My poor Monkey has had a rough time for a bit.

In order to see the doctor, she has to have Gabapentin, first. Last night was a minor struggle, but I got it in her without injury. Today was a different story.

She was struggling and dug her claws in my arm as Cin squirted the med in her mouth, between hisses. But we did it, and she didn’t really wake up until appointment time. Then, they had to give her something to put her out for a few minutes in order to do her nail trim.

Anyway, at least everything is updated and only one more med giving to go, for her trip for her vacation!

I noticed the top picture made her look injured, but I double checked and she is okay. It’s just the lighting.

I am going to continue to refer to this as “Vacation” for Monkey and Tara. I am in no way giving them up and we will be reunited as soon as possible! Plus, if I think of it any other way, I start to stress and feel guilty, especially when last night Tara put her paw on my arm, and for the last few days, both have been sleeping on either side of me.

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7 thoughts on “Monkey’s Day

  1. Wrap your kitty in a bath towel to immobilize her. It saves a lot of stress on the kitty and saves your hands and arms injuries. Granted, she will manage to avoid the medicine from time to time, but you will learn her tricks because you still are the human! Best wishes for many successful medicating efforts in future and best wishes for her health1

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