Elizabeth Under the Weather

Our little girl has been loosing weight and acting lethargic.  I brought her to the shelter for an exam and some medicine.  They sent us home with instructions to give her two syringes of vile-tasting goop for her to take for a few days.  I hold her tight, while Jim administers the potion.  She hates it, but she takes it and apparently it is working.  She’s gaining weight and getting frisky.  Mulder makes sure she is protected in her weakened state.  He will not allow any harm to come to his small patient.

Not on my watch!

Rowdy, too, is allowing access to her ample & soft form.

This feels like a “Mommy Kitty”

Thanks for being sweet, Rowdy.

This morning, Miss Elizabeth weighs one pound, three ounces.  She’s on her way to health and beauty.  Well, she’s already got the beauty part down pretty good.  🙂

4 thoughts on “Elizabeth Under the Weather

  1. Wonder why she was so puny? She really looks like a relative of Rowdy, too! Sweet how your kittys nurture her -/ super that you noticed that she was not thriving as she should. Wonder what’s in her potion?

    • She actually had worms but she was embarrassed for me to post that. It is not uncommon for stray kittens to need worm meds. Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Let’s keep her illness a mystery. 🙂

  2. Little sweet’um feel better, grow strong. She does look like she is related to Rowdy! Hugs to the mommy who won’t embarrass Elizabeth by discussing her ailment on a social network.

    • Yes, If I had worms, I would not want it publicized. By the way, how are your hemmoroids? Ooops! 🙂
      I’M JUST KIDDING, MY AUNT CAROL DOES NOT HAVE HEMMOROIDS!!!!!

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