Some of you mammalian brains have
showed some anxiety and distress
for my iatric condition
In short, some feline interloper has
decided to test my patience by
moving into my bailiwick.
So of course, I had to contend with the hostile.
The battle was hard fought, I took some nasty disfiguring
It has taken some time, but my headaches seem
to be lessening and my eye is not as weepy.
I do have a bit of pain in my ear
but other than that.
The loathsome creature
has moved on.
From Vickie: We took the drains out on Saturday
but what Allred doesn't know is that
the damage to the ear may
need more medical attention.
We will keep you posted.
PS: I know many of you wonder why it is, Allred
is free to roam. He came to us as a wild cat
who learned how to use our doggy door.
He moved in and made it very clear that we are not
allowed to ask anything of him. We must respect the boundaries
he sets for us. In exchange we get to enjoy
his presence every few days. Trying to change him from a
beast of the wild to a life inside is asking him too much.
We hope you understand and don't think badly of us.
All I can promise him is that I will love him
and take care of his medical needs as long as he stays with us.