Cats. Feline funnies and other stuff.

TamH70

MIA
I was shitting myself as...one of her claws was stuck and she was desperately trying to get higher up on me. I only had shorts on. Had she got to waist level or higher I would have had to ...

All is OK with the world now and she is friendly with me again.
 

Yokel

LE
Does anyone know the telephone number for making a claim with Pet Plan? I did send them an e-mail, but with working from home and so on it is anyone's guess how rapidly they will reply.
 
I was shitting myself as...one of her claws was stuck and she was desperately trying to get higher up on me. I only had shorts on. Had she got to waist level or higher I would have had to ...

All is OK with the world now and she is friendly with me again.
'kin hell dude.

You've have been less injured going into a Blackthorn thicket.
 

TamH70

MIA
Does anyone know the telephone number for making a claim with Pet Plan? I did send them an e-mail, but with working from home and so on it is anyone's guess how rapidly they will reply.
I had a look on their website and it is as clear as mud. You could try this one from them though:

0330 102 6735
 
Lola Armstrong decided he was going to go out for a spin before me today, I found coordinates for the Dreamies factory punched in Google maps already.

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Bit of carnage this morning. We've been leaving Loki and her kitten in our room. The kids left the stairs door open this morning and Odin nudged his way into the bedroom and went straight towards the kitten inside the cat tent thingy.
I went straight over and tried to pick Odin up- Loki went batshit crazy...

At me.

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You're a roughy toughy matelot, you can hack it.
er, one moment, I need a rethink.
 
You're a roughy toughy matelot, you can hack it.
er, one moment, I need a rethink.
It might sound daft but..the amount of pride I feel that Loki can, if able,,stand up for herself is immense.
She looks like a little furry love monster but...

I wont be spilling her pint or calling her a poof to her face.
 
Poorly eye again ?! :( .
It's constantly flaring up, we keep bathing it and eye drops 3 times a day, depends if it's windy too. It's just a case of keeping on top of it the best we can and keep him comfortable. He's too old to survive getting the eye removed. :(
 

diverman

LE
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It's constantly flaring up, we keep bathing it and eye drops 3 times a day, depends if it's windy too. It's just a case of keeping on top of it the best we can and keep him comfortable. He's too old to survive getting the eye removed. :(
Could they remove the eye under sedation and a nerve block? Some of the techniques they can use to remove the eye in cats under local anaesthetic but you may need a specialist opthalmic vet and anesthetist to do it. This is one near to me but there are numerous around the country.

 
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Musical cat bowls just now. Jeeves was in the garden when Bertie arrived so I made up identical lunches and took them out.

Both settled down to eating until Jeeves thought Bertie might have something better. He went towards Bertie and instead of running away from him, she nipped round behind him and went to his bowl.

This happened a couple more times until Jeeves got fed up with the game, shrugged his shoulders and settled down to his original bowl. A smirking Bertie settled back down to hers and the rest of the picnic lunch was incident free
Reminds me of this

 
Could they remove the eye under sedation and a nerve block?
They possibly could, we manage to keep it under control most of the time, when it flares up, it looks sore for a few days until the drops settle it down. His drops contain antibiotics and anti-inflammatory meds plus a medicated lubricant to ease it and it usually does.
 

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