Of course, the less fun bit is that we should start with a health report. We were very touched by everyone's concern. I am better, and Hime and GoGo only have trouble-making in mind, but Fuku-Chan remains very congested. The vet has just switched him to a different antibiotic which should work better to clear his nasal passages. #1 is making sure he eats well and is properly hydrated, and she has been sticking him in the carrier (which he loves) for 10-15 minute periods, with a special spray of essential oils, and a towel over the carrier. We would be grateful for a few purrs to help him get all better very quickly.
Before I got the sniffles, #1 let me explore the outside world for a little bit. I was happy to see Tommy, and I met again the big red guy who had come into our room a couple of times. He looks so cool and I have a feeling I am going to be good buddies with him. He gave me a good licking in the nicest possible way:
and he even played with me!
There was another ladycat who sniffed me up a bit. I really like the look of her too!
Here is a nice picture of me with my sister, Hime-Chan. She is leaving tomorrow, but she will be back for a bit on Sunday as her new family are coming here to collect her. That way, they will get to meet our Mummy too!
and here I am playing with GoGo-Chan:
I know I am going to miss them, and Fuku-Chan, but I am looking forward to moving into the main part of the house and discovering the cat run. My mummy has been telling me how wonderful it is! And I will still be able to do one of my very favourite things:
#1 here. The Salon de l'Agriculture yesterday was a lot of fun, and very crowded! I spent most of the day with the Percheron horses and my only regret is that I didn't even get to the pavilions with the cattle, sheep and pigs. I have posted some photos of the horses here, if you are interested.