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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Georgies Mum, Feb 6, 2012.


  1. Georgies Mum

    Georgies Mum PetForums Member

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    Just dropped Georgie off at the vet to be spayed. I'm very worried but I have faith in the vets and they are fairly commonplace operations,but she is still my little girl and worry as much as I would about anyone in my family having an op. I've just been told that she will have to wear her collar for 2 weeks. She won't be happy. Aw I hope she will be ok. She was quivering in her carrier,she hates going out in it yet she still sleeps in it every night. I have a feeling she might not anymore after this vet visit :crying:
     
  2. kathyj

    kathyj PetForums Member

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    Fingers crossed for Georgie, but I am sure it will all go smoothly.

    Our kitten, who is now 10 months old, loves sleeping in his cat carrier too - he goes in it every evening while we are watching TV, and suddenly you hear an almighty purr - he has a blanket and a pair of old tights in there that he loves to knead!!

    Let us know how Georgie gets on later.
     
  3. SnazzyJazzy

    SnazzyJazzy PetForums VIP

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    aww i was the same when howard went to be spayed, she was so trusting and when we turned up at the vet she looked at me like i trusted you mum......:nonod: but it all went well lol :D
     
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    Sending Georgie lost of healing vibes and hugs to you. I'm sure she will be fine.

    I know its a worry. My dog had tumours removed last week and I was so worried about him but he was fine.
     
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    i am sure Georgie will be home again in no time. As for the collar, Dizzy hated hers, but Dazzle didnt have to wear one.:)
     
  6. Georgies Mum

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    Thanks for the kind words everyone. Have had a lot of support since I joined a little over a week ago. She is gona hate me lol.
     
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    Best wishes to Geogie from Cookie. Cookie didn't have a collar either, I booked Thursday to tomorrow off work, I thought she might need me - how wrong I was :nonod:
     
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    She'll be fine as you've seen mine were and are. You'll be freakin out tonight when she's home and acting like normal. I hope you've got lots of food in mine had 3 meals from 6.30pm until midnight. I also bought them some get well presents a mouse laser pointer (recommended by Holly, Rowan and Willow) a squeaky mouse and a pop up orange cube. :)
     
  9. Georgies Mum

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    Yeah Im going to pick up some food pouches and toys from p@h when I pick her up. The nurse I spoke with this morning said bland food is best for tonight as she may be nauseous,what can you recommend? She prefers gravy over jelly. Thanks :wink:
     
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    Just got my girl home. Bless her. She is still dopey from the anesthetic and ran straight downstairs before I could catch her but she is fine. Got her in my bedroom now on my dressing gown,which she loves. Next to my side of the bed so I can keep an eye on her. Git a feeling oh may be cooking dinner tonight so I can stay with her. She went to jump up on the bed aswel,she is not one for lying down. :nonod:
     
  11. Jugsmalone

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    Glad to read Georgie is home. Now she can have all the TLC in the world. :)
     
  12. sarahecp

    sarahecp Crazy Cat Lady of Bucks

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    Pleased all went well for Georgie :)

    She'll be running around with like a loony before you know it :D
     
  13. Aw I know how you feel. I worry everytime I have left each of my pets at the vets to have their ops. Gizmo our kitten is booked in for next friday and I know i'm going to worry but it's the best thing for him.
     
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    I have the impression that our babies are more robust than we think they are :D

    She is probably lying there wondering why mummy is being so protective ;)
     
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    gla georgie is back safe :) if his anything like mine tom you will have a mini hurricane o your hands :D
     
  16. marleyboo

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    hoping everything goes okay with georgie :(


    i was worried sick sending marls to be spayed :(

    im sure hell be fine lots of snuggles when he gets home xxxx
     
  17. Georgies Mum

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    She cannot get used to the cone,keeps walking into things :huh:. Seems to be more alert though. Doesn't want the pouch that we got from the vet,so what shall I feed her? Can I roast a chicken breast and mix it with plain wholemeal rice?
     
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    Glad Georgie is home safe and sound. I was going to suggest getting a pouch from the vets - mine gave me one for our kitten when he was neutered, and he loved it. Think it was Royal Canin Sensitive. But he will eat anything.
     
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    I just fed mine the normal food they are fed on. Think it's just another money making ploy to buy food off the vet.
     
  20. Georgies Mum

    Georgies Mum PetForums Member

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    Yeah I only bought one pouch but she doesn't seem interested so chicken it is lol. She keeps trying to drag her head along the floor to get the cone off. I know I shouldn't laugh at her but I can't help it. :yikes:. Bad mummy laughing at her fur-baby!
     
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