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I'll just wait here until you start working.

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What's in here what's in here what's in here what's in here?

Jun. 2nd, 2009

"Oh hi, I didn't think you were still here."

"Gosh, that sure is a long way to get pushed off a shelf."

One of these things is not like the other...

"But where does it all go?"

"Oh hai. Were you using this space?"

Feb. 16th, 2009

The saga of Isabelle and Her Collar continues. The moment I take it off to treat her skin and let her groom herself, it's scratchscratchscratchscratchscratch. Poor thing. She licks the inside of the cone, too, when she tries to groom. Just holds her paws up in the vicinity of her mouth and licks.

Jan. 30th, 2009

So Isabelle has to wear a cone so she'll stop scratching the hell out of herself and licking off her medication (fun note: my vet prescribed using common foot cream to treat her fungal skin condition--cheap and easy!). When we first got back from the vet and I let her out from her carrier, she just kind of lay there, adjusting to the cone. Days later and she still hasn't adjusted to her head being a lot wider than usual.

She only wants to sleep in this box and she only wants to stand on my clock, setting off the radio alarm. She's like a kid who only eats one thing, like noodles in butter. There is an entire shelf for you to stand on, cat.

Just loungin'

My poor baby has some kind of fungal skin thing going on. I think it's ringworm. I was treating it with this oral stuff my vet gave me plus a topical application, and it seemed to be improving slightly. Then I went on vacation and let my roommate watch her, and when it got back, it was 10X WORSE. Also she needs one of those cones to prevent her from licking off the medication at the base of her tail.

I found a different vet--we'll try to see him Monday. Ringworm apparently resolves on its own in a few months, but I can't go the next three months with her looking like I use her for catfighting.


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