Kitties! So far so good on my earsicle. I have not scratched at it nor shaken my sweet headie. The rest remains to be seen. It lasts about a week, and that will be coming up on Monday morning. I hope that will be the last trip to the Vet for that earsicle prob.
Last night, after we settled in bed there was cool air blowing on my furs as I snuggled my back into mom's front and we tried for sleeps. Well, I don't like that air blowing on me and she tries to keep it off my furs but can't really. So again-- she tried covering me lightly with the sheet. Instead of up to my waist, she arranged it up to my shoulders; and for once I allowed it. She dropped off to sleep with me snug inside the sheet with her. BUT as always, I left at an unspecified and un- noticed time to get my Donkey and Mousie and Duckies and bring them in with us. Then I decided I would sleep velcroed to her leg and back, alternatively.
I told mom she'd better get my box outside and wash it down good. Fresh litter each week is one thing as is daily cleaning out but one needs to wash the box too and she has NOT! Not in several months.
The white spot on her head is a spot of correction fluid to identify her if she flies into the trap again. This is a hummingbird banding event. If you adopt one for $25.00, you get a certificate with his or her band number on it and if he or she is unfortunately found deceased one day, you are notified as the adoptive parent. AND you get to hold him or her after all the weighing and measuring and banding is finished till they fly away. That my hand holding mine. She left instantly.