They brought home lots of cool swag, which we are enjoying. Sunny and I also personally saw to it that we got to sample the Royal Canin crunchies. Kittehs, sometimes you have to take matters into your own teeths. We treated those bags to toothy deaths, which forced Mom to feed us the yummy crunchies inside!
BEST of all, Mom got to attend the Flat Tyler workshop.
She came home with this: (dah dah dahhh)
A Flat Panda Bear!!!
Immediately, I began plotting how to use Flat Panda Bear to my advantage. So, when the foster kittens got the sneezies, and then Sunny and I got the sneezies, and then Mom made an appointment for Sunny and me at the V-E-T, I knew just what to do.
Unfortunately, Mom was not fooled. I wound up in the PTU anyway.
It was Sunny’s First Visit to the V-E-T. Well, except for when he had his Hoohaectomy and got his ear tipped.
When Dr. Amy walked into the exam room, she saw Flat Panda Bear on the exam table. She thought it was me!
At least at first. Dr. Amy examined Flat Panda Bear’s eye with her magic eye scope thingy. I think she caught on when Flat Panda Bear didn’t have a pulse.
But she was a Good Sport about it.
I still got examined, though.
So did Sunny.
Sunny checked out the exam room thoroughly.
He really wanted to jump to the top of the cabinets.
Mom wouldn’t let him. So he checked out the sink instead.
Unfortunately, we both got shot. With Convenia. It did help get rid of our sneezies, though.
The staff loved Flat Panda Bear. He helped Mom pay the bill at the reception desk.
There was a nice woofie behind the reception desk who wanted to check out Flat Panda Bear.
Sunny did really great considering it was his first visit to the V-E-T. So did Flat Panda Bear.
Thank you Dr. Amy for making us all better!!!
P.S. Belated Trapaversary to Sunny and Sky! They got trapped last year on September 18.