They all love it!
We took Benjamin, Fluffy and Sweet Pea for their annual checkups. All of their fecal tests were negative and free of fleas. Sweet Pea’s teeth are much better than the other two though. But none of them need a dental cleaning this year. Doctor told us teeth health is more significantly related to genetics than anything else.
Here is your daily dose of cuteness:
Ben Waking Up w/His Buddy
Fluffy enjoys his new napping pad
And Sweet Pea fitting perfectly in his sleeping box.
Last night when we came home, we noticed Fluffy wouldn’t move around and he wasn’t interested in food. He slept on ZZ’s jacket all night and looked lethargic as the following two pictures show. But he did used the litter box once and the amount of urine looked about right. He didn’t poo but didn’t vomit either. We kept our close eyes on him all night. For the sake of it, we bought some unflavored pedialyte and fed him the liquid with a syringe. We also measured his temperature and it was 100.8 F, which was in the normal body temperature range for cats.
We were going to call the vet first thing in the morning but Fluffy returned his normal self after a whole night of sleep. He is now moving around as usual and started to eat his breakfast. No vomit or diarrhea or any other abnormal symptoms. We will keep watching him and hope last night was just one of the nights that he needed some extra sleep…
It’s Day 5 since Hunter arrived at our house. We are happy to report that on day 5 he is now fully adjusted and running around the house exploring and sleeping at ease.
While still keeping some distance from his roommates(Plato & Sesame), they have pretty much stopped hissing at each other if kept out of their personal space.
On a side note, check out ben’s sleeping pose today. Can it get any cuter?
And sweet pea.