I cooked some stir-fried chicken for her, just the way she and Baloo liked it last time. She licked some of the gravy, but decided not to eat it. She didn't want the kibble that Emily had sent through Mr Teh either.
Finally, I opened a can of Cindy's recipe, and she ate!!
Mr Teh's own house brand of catfood. He had brought 24 cans for Baggy.
I refilled and Baggy ate half a can, along with the kibbles and also some chicken.
Cow is watching.
One paw out...
Two paws out...
Baggy is out!
She's curious and extremely alert and that's a very good sign.
She tries to go upstairs.
She's trying to find an escape route. It's a natural instinct when cats are in a new environment.
Tiger is very curious.
Earlier on, Pole came to the grille and started mewing. Maybe Pole, who used to be quite aloof, is also concerned. Pole is the first from the colony to meet Baggy (at the clinic).
Baggy decided it's still safer inside her carrier.
The Queen is oblivious to the arrival of our guest.
I put Baggy into the cage, but she wasn't happy, so I let her go back into the carrier.
Tabs and Tiger, from Tabby Inc. watches closely. I think they want to be friends. Tabs and Tiger are my most good-natured and non-cranky cats.
Cleo wakes up and notices something...
She watches, but from afar.
Tabs, you'll be Baggy's new sister, okay? You're the best!
Andy wrote to me and explained why the post mortem wasn't done. Apparently their vet does not do post mortems; she said it could only be done in UPM. Hence, it wasn't done.
Andy also said they did not mean to trouble me with Baggy. I understand that, and I offered to help out on my own because I was worried about Baggy being in the office when Andy and Emily (and later, Mr Teh) were away overseas. She would also be alone without any cat-companion. The office staff may not be able to monitor Baggy's condition, just in case there was any infectious disease or Baggy falls ill.
One day at a time now.
Baggy is top priority.