We are soooooooooo excited!!! It's Saturday, we are going to have great weather - which means yard time YEAH!!!! and momma is back - DOUBLE yeah!
On that note..... I've been torturing her a bit still...... and it's going to fire right back at me - big time.
Since momma got back I don't feel like eating so much - momma doesn't know what it is..... but all of the sudden she is having to put toppers on my food, and I am giving her a heck of a hard time to eat. Don't take me wrong, I am eating all my meals, and I didn't lose any weight..... but boy, I am letting her have it.
Well..... It doesn't come without punishment - I heard momma on the phone today with the V-E-T - I am going in on Tuesday :-/
Cross your paws there is nothing wrong with me furriends..... I really don't like the V-E-T!
Momma said she will buy meat at the place she used to buy to see if that's the problem - maybe I am just that fussy (which I am) - hopefully that will do the trick....... we will see..... Until then, momma suffers, I guess she deserves it - who told her it would be ok to leave us for 10 days?
Have a good Saturday Furriends! Below are some pictures of us anxiously waiting for momma to open the back door for us!!! Yard time - yey!!!
UPDATE: Momma here - I went to the place I usually buy meat for them and it didn't work. So as of now, I am syringe feeding Lucky - I just made her food as usual, and when she didn't eat, I whipped it on a food processor. I was able to feed her entire meal. My plan will be to serve her meals as usual, leave the plate for 20-30 minutes or so, and if she doesn't eat, whip it up and syringe feed her on the same schedule as usual. She will be getting the same amount as she would if she was eating normally, so she doesn't lose any weight.
We have vet trip scheduled for Tuesday.
Aside from her appetite, everything is normal - he has not lost any weight, her behavior is completely normal, her attitude is normal, she is playing grooming, and being the happy Lucky we all know. I have no clue what's wrong - I hope the vet can figure this out. Vibes are much appreciated it.