Stella had a bite on her, near her tail base. So we packed her off to the vet, got it all cleaned up, had her butt shaved, and a stint put it, and the Cone of Shame added for additional insult, lol. So far, she's coping with it. She keeps bumping into stuff, which looks funny at first, but I'm sure she's pretty miserable with it. And has to have it on for... ...two weeks!
Everything's the same - except that (&##*( cone on.
Six years ago we rescued our cat, Link, off the Chicago streets when he was just a few weeks old. He was a homeless little guy, scrawny, filthy, and he had fleas. After several visits to the vet & nursing him back to health, he became an incredible pet with a funny personality. He's a total clown. No regrets of that day in the alley when we scooped him up. The rest is history.
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