Monday, April 12, 2021

She's not speaking

As of press time, Precious had nothing to say to me. And now that

all is over and done, I don't blame her a bit.




She was forced to go to the doctor the other day. Completely
unplanned by either of us. The end result it was an
unnecessary trip that only aggravated Precious.

Just recently I realized there was a large black spot
the size of a pencil eraser on the inside top
triangle of her shell pink ear.  I ignored it for
a couple weeks, but did not forget about it.
Then one day she was laying with her head 
upside down in the sunshine and I really had
a good and scary view.

I immediately called the vet and they got us in the
very next day.  Precious was wisked off to the back
room out of site for inspection.  I had already told
the vet tech they had my permission to do blood work,
biopsy and anything else while in the back room.

Amazed was I when the doctor actually brought my
girl directly to me in less than 15 minutes.  And the 
result of the inspection, you ask.  Well it appears
that cats can get "old age" spots like us old humans.

I was so relieved that I was almost in tears, as I had 
expected on the worst.


So when evening came and Precious still insisted on
her hair brushing and then hours of leg time, I was
thinking I may have been forgiven.  

She has since
expressed that I am to make no sudden appointments
without serious consultation with her first.

Thank you for stopping by for a visit and a comment.
It is appreciated.



10 comments:

  1. Ah! Bless! Still never mind precious,
    it got you out the house for a little
    while..!x
    So pleased to (ear) hear that it's only
    your ear that's aging, and the rest of
    you is just fine..HeHe! :). Bless!x

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  2. Oh, gosh, that would have scared the biped too! We're glad that it was nothing but an age spot -- the biped didn't know cats could get those too!

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  3. I'm so glad to know your beautiful kitty is fine, Lynn. What a scare you had! I so appreciate the photos you post. You capture your feline so well. Hugs.

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  4. Oh Precious! We are glad that the spot was nothing! Now we have learned something! We send you soothing Purrs Precious (and Mom too). Our Mom would have freaked out too! We hope you and your family have a marvellously happy week and you get tons of brushings!

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  5. What good news ! Thank goodness it was no problem. Hope Precious forgives you soon !

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  6. Well, I would have made an appointment with the vet, too. What a relief that it was just age - though age is nothing to cheer about, either, but it's much better than what it could have been. Cats are wonderful at forgiveness. They seem to know we try our best for their best.

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  7. So glad Precious was okay; she's just "a woman of a certain age" like some of the rest of us!

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  8. que susto madre mia, bueno, son como nosotros los animales, les sale las cosas tipicas de la edad

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