I know you are waiting for it.. right? Most of you are probably wondering HOW MANY TIMES CAN A CAT MOVE IN A MONTH??? My answer: As many times as it takes to take care of him properly 🙂
Huck’s quarters were moved upstairs this time, into the guest bedroom. It is warmer, quieter, and much more controlled. He has Alexa to sing to him, a TV to play Cat T.V. for him, and can be monitored when the time comes to mingle with his new family. It was a little overwhelming at first, I am sure the pink elephants didn’t help, lol. Once we moved him in and got him cozy, mama took a nice big blanket out and we covered his crate so it was more like a comforting man cave 🙂
Huckleberry walked right into his crate, yes he WALKED!
I was truly amazed at how alert and mobile my little guy was. Sorry the video is kind of sideways, I was not expecting him to be so mobile! I realized at the last minute that I was missing one of the events that we have been waiting to finally have behind us.
Once we got him into the crate he was nervous ( Like I wasn’t, right?? ) Here’s papa cozying up the place for Prince Huckleberry.
The vet recommended not using an e-collar because she did not think a feral cat ( swiftly becoming semi-domestic 🙂 ) would fare well with an e-collar. If I remember correctly, we tried one on him while he was still sleepy and it was off before we made it home. After that I did try once to get it back on, and his response was NOT good so I decided to take it one day at a time collar free.
I am posting close up’s of his incision so that anybody that has not already been here can see what to expect. If you have not already seen pictures of this nature, it may be considered graphic. I think it is helpful and very realistic. This is a normal and healthy looking incision site, and a cat that WALKED right to his bowl and had his first meal before settling in for some healing rest.
It was a relief to finally have this all behind us.