They are patient , aren't they ?Everyday Mr Puddy
Hallelujah!! I'm hoping you get an 'all clear' on the ring worm problem. No more dipping - Yay!!That is the sweetest picture of your furry children, so patient, but I'm sure they were thrilled to be rid of those collars!
Look how close they've gotten since you introduced them to each other. So glad they're free of the collars.
The fur babies are SO sweet! Rubs and scritches for all!
Those collars must have been awful, to state the obvious. Hope they receive a clean bill of health and you never have to deal with the dreaded "r" word again.wv: aeaffsp. Right now if you ask Daryl how she's holding up after dealing with a ringworm nightmare for weeks now, all she can muster is "Aeaffsp." What that translates into is, "As long as the felines are free from sickness, I'm fine. Pass the wine."
A very Elizabethan fashion look that I'm pleased to know is no longer, both for the fashion crime, as well as for the health improvement in your long suffering darling kits.Give them both big loves from us!
Hope they get the all clear soon. :)
sweet babiesJack appears to be appealing to a higher powerI love that they're togetherIza and Siren send hugsand me too
ah, those poor kitties.I hope the all clear is given soon..
sweet boo boos xxo
Ohhhhhhhhhhh! So precious!!!
Yay, I'm in! Pets hate those cone collars, I know. I am keeping all digits crossed for a clean bill of health for your kitties, Daryl.
Oh bless their hearts and yours too. Hugs,V and Meeps
It must seem surreal to them to be living their lives inside a cone. Poor kitties.
These collars must be so hard to have on....Poor kitties.
Awwww poor sweeties. So nice to see them together though.
Poor babies! And poor Mama:(
poor sweet babies. do i need to send ping pong balls?<><
Are they clear yet?????