Vincent eats with Mr G.
Mr Zurik with Daffodil's family and Timmy.
Today, for the first time, Willy attempted to come out of the cage.
Just one or two more days, Willy. We've come this far already.
The vet said to bring him back for a check up tomorrow or Tuesday. If his scrotum is fully healed, we can get him neutered. If not, we'll see if he can be vaccinated yet. Either way, I need to catch him again because I don't think I would want to cage him for another 2 weeks. Between neutering and vaccination (either one first, there has to be a 2-week gap). Although I know in TNR projects, they neuter and vaccinate straight after. There is some risk in doing this, so I'd rather not, since I can always attempt to catch Willy again. Maybe with gloves this time!
A portrait of Mr Zurik.
*sticks out tongue"
I was quite amused when Mr Zurik wanted to step into the cage with Willy!
Timmy has been so good today. He's been accompanying Willy by sitting next to his cage.
What a happy cat!
Don't you just love him?
Heidi came a bit later.
I gave her Natural Balance and this time, she did not want any.
She only wanted Monge.
A trip to the vet's should uncover something about Heidi.
And while the cats had been fed, it was time to feed ourselves.
I made a mean vegetable curry today. Spicy, by my standards.
It has carrot, brinjal, long beans, red capsicum, lady's fingers and the special ingredient - curry leaves from the garden!
Served with wild rice, millet and quinoa.
Keeping it simple, folks.
Bon appetit, everyone, and Selamat Berbuka Puasa!