Sunday, April 13, 2008

Brothers and Birthdays

Wrigley: We are finally making progress, can you believe it? Today is the very first morning that Cobalt hasn't hissed at me at all. He was being so mean to me the last couple of days. I couldn't even come close to him without getting hissed at, and even sometimes whapped. What a mean brother I have. Cobalt seems to be his good old self this morning, and we're hoping the attitude is gone for good. Especially me, because I like having a brother to play with. [';p=[ {{Wrigley's input}}

As you can see, the past couple of days, Cobalt hides from me...and when I find him, he gives me the laser eyes.
He was no fun at all!
This is what we looked like when we were eating. When we eat dry food, we're okay but when we get stinky goodness, Cobalt would finish and have food ALL over his collar. Silly boy.
Enough with the flashy box!
Here we are, somewhat happy with each other, looking outside.
And me by myself.Yesterday the beans couldn't find me and they looked ALL over. This is where they found me. Cobalt and I looooove to play here.
Yesterday was our mommies birthday!!! We will tell you how old she turned if you promise not to tell anyone. So shhhhhh, she turned 24! Can you see she got a little bit sunburned? It was almost 85 here yesterday. We are loooooving this warm weather. We hope it doesn't go away.
And we all know what birthdays mean....CAKE!!!

nom nom nom. This stuff is delicious. We only got a very little bit of frosting because it had some chocolate in it. :-( For our birthday, they better buy vanilla!
Can you believe what those beans did to me?!

We sure love birthdays!!! We wish we had them more often so we could eat lots and lots of cake!

P.S. Did you see the beans took off our collars? We have to be very careful though because the directions from the vet said to wear them for up to 10 days. We don't want to get in trouble. But we aren't playing rough, licking our incisions, and we are being supervised. So, I think it's okay.

12 comments:

Gandalf & Grayson said...

Cake!! Hooray for cake! Nom. Nom. Nom. Nom. Happy Birthday to your Mom! Our Mom has socks older than your Mom. hehehehe.

We did not have to wear collars for our hoo-ha-ectomies. We guess it varies from V-E-T to V-E-T.

meemsnyc said...

Happy birthday to your mom. Congrats on getting those collars off, yippee.

Daisy said...

Happy Birthday to your mom!

I am glad Cobalt is back to his normal self. He was probably just scairt from his whole ordeal. I think you should be okay without the e-collars. At the shelter, dozens of kittens are spayed and neutered almost every day and none of them have to wear a collar.

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Happy birthday to your mommy! I'm glad you two are being back to being friends. I'm sure you were both lonely. I think as long as your supervised you'll be OK with out your collars.

Congrats on the hoohaectomies! You're on your way to being Mancats!

The Cat Realm said...

Happy Birthday Mom!!!
I'm sure Cobalt is just temporarily mean to you! Soon you will be best friends again.

PB & J said...

Happy Birthday to your Mommy! We're sure things will get back to normal soon (taking off the collars helps too)!

snowforest said...

That last piktur is furry funny :) glad you guys are doing better!
Purrs from the SnowForest family :)

Tybalt said...

Happy Birthday to your mommy!

Hoohaectomies are very stressful. I hope you boys start recovering from the trauma soon . . . they had better give you cake after all that!

Eric and Flynn said...

Belated happy purrfday to your mum. We are all behind wiv our visiting and just saw you had your hoohahectomies. We are glad efurryfing went well furr you.We wuz wondering why you had to wear those collars though. We never heard of that befurr furr having your manbits done. It's prbably why Cobalt is hissing, cuz he finks Wrigley looks like an introoder.

Diamond said...

You look like frill necked lizards in your collars
http://www.abc.net.au/science/scribblygum/february2006/
I hope they are off by now.

Kimo & Sabi said...

Wooo hoooo! You gots yer collars off! Ya know, . . . losing yer hoo-haas is not as bad as losing yer marbles!

Black Cat said...

You two look very cute in your collars, but obviously not to each other! I haven't ever heard of kitties having to wear collars after hoohaectomies either. Weird! :) xxx