Saturday, January 23, 2016

Lots Going On!

Gus:  Wow!  We are so busy here at Purr's Training Acatemy.  There is a LOT going on!

First of all, Captain had surgery to remove his eye on Friday.  Some of the ulcers on his eye were healing but there were also new ones.  The awesome vets at Great Plains SPCA thought it would be a chronic condition and that he would feel so much better without that eye.  The Mama brought him home today.  He has a funny looking cone around his head.  Pearl thinks he looks like an alien and hides from him.  I may or may not agree with her.  We can tell he is already feeling better.  We thought he was a brat before the surgery but now he is out of control!  There is a reason we graduate kittens before they reach this age.  They have way too much energy for us!

Then we have two new students - Aspen and Opal. They were part of a feral cat colony.  They are extremely shy and super scared.  The Mama is going to have to train these two.  They may have FeLV so we aren't allowed to interact with them.

Well, on to Selfie Sunday.  All the minions students are submitting their selfies today.  I hope you don't mind that they had a little help.  Aspen and Opal are scared of everything and Captain has a cone on his head.

Captain

Opal

Aspen
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18 comments :

  1. Dear Captain, we send you tons of purrs for a quick recovery ! Those are all great selfies ! Purrs

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  2. I will be praying for Captain and for these 2 cuties not to have FELV.

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  3. So glad the surgery went well! I hope recovery is quick and easy. Hope the kittens do not test positive and are healthy.

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  4. Those are lovely selfies! Sending purrs for Captain and the kitties xx

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  5. Lovely selfies. We send our love and healing purrs to the kitties.

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  6. Those are all sweet selfies. I am purring for all the kitties.

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  7. Purring for Captain that he heals furry quickly... and sure pray that Aspen and Opal do not have FELV... Hope they learn about people too - sure pretty babies and with long hair, so much better to be indoors. Purrz from Katiez Furry Mewz.

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  8. Bless little Captain!! he'll feel much better soon. Opal and Aspen are beautiful and we pray for their forever homes on the horizon!

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  9. Opal and Aspen are cuties. Glad Captain is feeling good enough to be even more of a brat. Happy Sunday.

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  10. Opal and Aspen are just precious, and we've been purring for Captain!

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  11. Nice selfies, gang! We're purring that Captain heals quickly. He won't even miss that eye. :)

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  12. Prayers for all your fur babies ! It is nice of Gus to show his concern by keeping us updated !

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  13. Oh they are purrecious. Purrayers fur Captain and all. Have a pawsum week.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  14. My Lucy has been through this surgery, too (she has no eyes, in fact). I was surprised at how quickly she healed up. And she looks gorgeous after surgery, to me. Sending happy thoughts to your kitty, hoping the healing is similar.

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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  15. We just lost our furry sister to FeLV :( Purraying for your momma and kitties. Pawkisses <3 <3

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  16. Aspen and Opal are beautifu and Captain is simply THE BEST!! Get well soon Captain, our love and best wishes to you.

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