Saturday, February 08, 2014

Our Little Visitor Update Video

Every time I have to take him out it pains me but until he's neutered we cannot begin to assimilate him into our home.  Further; I feel that the conflicts between he and Ollie that have happened thus far may be insurmountable even after he's fixed.  I'm trying to remain hopeful. 

10 comments:

  1. I'm glad you are looking after him - and how cool that you can get him neutered inexpensively. My human knows nothing about kitty first aid, but perhaps somebody else has some OTC suggestions besides the hydrogen peroxide for that sore on his nose. Only time and the neutering will tell if he and Ollie will adjust to each other.

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  2. Not to be an alarmist, but any wound on an outdoor cat could be something serious like nocardia, histoplasmosis, cryptoccocosis or aspergillosis...or it could be just a puncture wound. Be sure to get it checked out and ask about those diseases when you have him neutered.

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  3. We'll keep our paws crossed for the Visitor. Good luck! (he's a cutie!)

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  4. We're hoping that after he's neutered, the visitor and Ollie will be able to get along. He has obviously made himself quite at home!

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  5. He has made himself completely at home with you. I hope neutering him improves the situation between him and Ollie.

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  6. Paws crossed the neutering will do the trick! Here the Tims are the mellowest kitties, it's the GURLZ that bicker all the time. *sigh*

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  7. We have great results with Vetricyn! It's SUPER easy to apply because it's a spray, or you can dab it on something and dab that on the wound. Works great every time I bump my stump. Good luck! - Crepes.

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  8. Wes is purraying that everything works out OK. It sure looks like HE has choosed his forever home!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  9. I so want him and all of you to be together. Xxoo

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