Was it Mr Zurik??
I quickly went to take a peep...
Well, hello, hello, Mr Zurik!
(That's him by the water bowl!)
Yay! Welcome back to Jojo's Outpatient Service, Mr Zurik sir.
I quickly went to the fridge to take out his medicine. I cut the tablet into 5 pieces and mixed it with some wetfood as I'd done for the past 7 days.
Vincent was at the corner by the pillar and naughty Rosie went over and tapped him on the head. That's how she bullies people.
Poor, poor, Vincent.
We served our guest first.
He ate up all the wetfood (plus the medicine!).
Everyone else ate too, including Vincent.
Mr Zurik seemed very hungry, so he had a second helping since the first helping wasn't much (to ensure he ate it all up, medicine and all).
And a third helping...
And how come I cannot get even a second helping??
Mr Zurik ended up getting FIVE helpings of food.
I know, I know...I'm guilty as charged, but the poor boy seemed so hungry. But I assure you, this is only for the duration of the course of antibiotics. I need to give him an incentive to keep coming back for food.
As the group ate (I had kept all the bowls already so that Timmy could not have seconds), I went out to feed Willy.
Vincent and Zurik were at the gate.
Willy was wary.
A quick check on Zurik's foot. All is well.
Vincent needs pacifying too.
Go on, Zurik. Go out, please.
It's Vincent's turn now...
Vincent had not eaten much at the patio, so he gets another helping here.
Mr Zurik leaves.
The moment Willy saw Zurik, he fled across the road.
Neutering may or may not reduce a cat's territorial nature. It only stops the mating instinct.
See you in the evening!