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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-24-2004, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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to the vet.....

Ok.. i am on my way to get Teagan Spayed.. They moved it up cause of the hurricane....
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-24-2004, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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And we are home... All is good.. she is hanging around like normal.. and the second she came out of the carrier Tierney sniffed her and kissed(licked) her.

All is well, just wanting for the stiches to heal, and the hair to grow back


P.s. How do you keep a 4 month old kitten still? or quiet?
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glad to hear she's doing well and both kitties are loving again

as far as keeping her quiet and calm... drugs? haha, jk. I have no idea. Hopefully she'll be sore enough to know not to jump around like the crazy kid she is, if not you may want to keep her confined for at least a little while every day. Keep the toys out of sight too.

I'm sure if all the other kitties can get through it, so can she... just be patient

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Typically, unless they're instigated into action (i.e. with a toy), kittens generally take things easy and won't do more than they can handle. The trick is just not to excite or encourage her to be more active. Which, with a kitten, is never an easy task...
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Good on you for getting her spayed. Keeping her quiet? Keep her by herself in a quiet room, maybe with just the essentials. Or read a book to her.

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I know you were a 'lil worried about getting her spayed, glad she's home and doing well. I'm especially glad Tierney took no offence to the vet smell! Like the others said, just don't add any extra stimulation (toys and such). Kittens are wild, but hopefully she'll stay a little mellow while she's recovering (most of my female kittens did in the past).


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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-25-2004, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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there is nothing around and she jumping running and playing.. with the air... ugh.. she seems lfine and is perfectly back to normal.. I have to give her meds in a minute.. so we will see how that goes.

Oh yeah.. she only weighs 3.3 lbs
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