Thursday, December 3, 2009

So... Last Wednesday I was set to take in my crazy marble bengal, JayJay & received clearance at work to bring him in. I thought we would have a great day together since he is so social. Well you know what they say about the best laid plans... He was absolutely terrified at being in a strange place without his brothers. I just didn't think he would be that scared - especially since he is the only cat that doesn't run when people come to the house! Well, he "army-crawled" his way around my office & tried to fit under some very low lying cabinets! I felt so bad & there was nothing I could do for him. Later in the day he finally started to eat food and acknowledge people but he never came out of his shell entirely. Finally came the time to take him to the v-e-t & I packed him up in his carrier. Off we went!! I guess I didn't fasten the closure on the carrier correctly & he was able to push his way out - while I was driving down the highway! Next thing I knew he had clambered onto my lap, looked out the window & PEED ON ME! Either out of fright or a personal message to let me know he didn't have a good day... Needless to say we didn't make it to the v-e-t. Score one for the JayJay

6 comments:

  1. Hi there Austin, Nico and JayJay!!!

    Sounds like you had a very exciting day! Do you know about the CatBlogosphere? It's where all us blogging kitties meet up and post links to our blogs! I'll introduce you!

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  2. That would be great! Thanks Cory!

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  3. Wow, he really let his displeasure be known. Round one to JayJay. The good thing is he didn't escape his carrier after you got out of the car! Many a person has lost a cat in a vet's parking lot.

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  4. Oh boy sounds like a lot of excitement in a short period of cat time. what a cutie though!

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    Thanks.

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  6. JayJay is my hero! Now I know how to get out of going to the vet.

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