Huh huh, so I was hysterical again. It’s funny: I’m very good with infants and toddlers. I’m known as the calm adult; the one who knows what to do, the one who doesn’t freak out. A slightly different version of myself is writing this blog. I know how to care for humans, but I’ve no experiences with cats. It’s therefore scary to be responsible for Tessa and Kajsa, and I’m so grateful for all the help I get. Thank you, 3+1 cats and Punapippuri for giving me advice on my Facebook page!
So what happened today? Tessa was coughing / gagging a couple of times, and I assumed she’s dealing with a hairball (and will most likely die).
Fortunately, I had already grown cat grass, so Tessa and Kajsa got a special treat today; I had heard that grass can help cats to throw up hairballs. Both got excited and ate some grass.
I wouldn’t have dared to let Tessa lick on some butter, but my Facebook angels told me that fat could help Tessa. She liked the butter, so for once I had a happy patient: she liked both the grass and the butter, yeah! She still hates me for cleaning her ears though.
Bottom line: Nothing really happened today. Tessa gagged a few times in the morning, but both were playful and happy. Sigh. My little Einsteins really know how to make a perfect fool of me.
P.S. This was the last day of the A2Z challenge – I made it!! I wanted to name this posting “Zoom” and post some close-up pictures. However, my cell’s camera isn’t good enough, and the memory card of my good camera is still lost. Sigh.