BabyCat settling back in.

B-Cat’s (her “homegirl” name) is adjusting well and Cleo and Sheldon even remember her, and there don’t seem to be any problems so far.    Here she is lounging around like a slugabed today.

babycatsettles2

babycatsettles2

“Time is always melting, but why should I give a damn about your human obsession with time and clocks even though there’s one of your infernal stress-tickers melting right over my head.   I will not be micro-managed. Now give me my Fancy Feast, please.”

Coming right up, your Royal Majesty.

*****

Just need to vent here too about the terrible time I just had getting these photos to upload.  I never had trouble doing that before.  They just refused to load into my picture file, no matter what I did .   I finally got so aggravated I gave up and went over to Paint where I just copied and pasted them there, and made copies which I filed with my documents.  Pain in the butt, and time consuming,  but it worked!

Advertisements

About luckyotter

This blog is my journal. I just choose to share it with the world instead of keeping everything inside my head. I'm a recovering Borderline and have also struggled with Avoidant Personality Disorder. I also have Complex PTSD due to having been the victim of narcissistic abuse for most of my life. I write mostly about narcissism, because I was the child of a narcissistic mother, and then married to a sociopathic malignant narcissist for 20 years. But there's a silver lining too. In some ways they taught me about myself. This blog is about all that. Not all my articles will be about NPD, BPD or other personality disorders or mental conditions. I pretty much write about whatever's on my mind at the moment. So there's something for everyone here. Blogging about stuff is crack for my soul. It's self therapy, and hopefully my insights and observations may help others too.
This entry was posted in animal photography, photography and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

15 Responses to BabyCat settling back in.

  1. rubycommenting says:

    Thanks for doing it. I like Babycat and it was cute what you said she has to say about clocks and such lol. Very sweet.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Susan says:

    a cat,a cushioned high back chair, and a library=heaven!
    have you seen the “whatever” clocks and watches? I do want one…
    I love all cats,and how interesting is she! distinguished looking pretty girl!
    I have a boy and a girl, 12 years now…

    Liked by 1 person

    • luckyotter says:

      If I owned a bookstore, it would have plushy easy chairs and a store cat or two!

      Like

      • Susan says:

        aww I went into one of those privately owned,old used/vintage bookstores down the street and was delighted to see the “bookstore cat” sitting right there by the door on a chair with a cushion… I never forgot that..he was part of the experience
        I was in there for old (100 year old) freemasonry books.. I did find some,. not that I can understand anything I read of freemasonry though, just a curiosity of mine.
        he was a sweet old fat one eyed cat.
        I feel like taking a trip back over there…
        with books I always feel its fate! like a relationship. meant to be for sure that we meet (that I read that book ).and my love for cats souls are an instant given at all times.
        how was that summer beach read book?
        oh speaking of cats.. any advice.. mine are indoor but vomit too much (countless food changes,dye free grain free…) and tonight I gave them their very first dewormer.. ive never seen any worms.. .. just a precaution… vomiting is a symptom (they don’t have hairballs) so I crushed the tablet and put it in their food and am keeping an eye on them.
        its been an hour so far so good. no reaction
        (I read for some cats the worm medicine can make them sick)
        wish theyd stop throwing up.
        their weight is fine,and otherwise healthy happy..energetic….parasites or food allergens?
        I will keep trying many things and new foods.
        and as suggested some cat probiotics and cat digestive enzymes…. they weren’t too expensive,like $7 a bag… given as treats..

        Liked by 1 person

        • luckyotter says:

          Cats are very sensitive to changes in diet but the “vomiiting” is usually just regurgitating food that hasn’t been digested yet, or it’s hairballs. You can try letting them eat grass, usually that settles their stomach (you can buy kitty grass in little pots) but there may be other ways too. I’m not sure what they are.

          Like

  3. magarisa says:

    She’s adorable!

    Like

  4. rubycommenting says:

    Susan, my cat is a thrower-upper too. And what I do is feed her teaspoons of dry food at a time. It’s a lot of little trips but she cries and let’s me know and she gets her teaspoon. I must give her 15 teaspoons a day. And I was once telling a tech at the vet what I have to do and she told me that she does the same thing so it might just be a cat thing to do. To throw up. But the tiny feedings keep her from throwing up all the time.

    Like

    • Susan says:

      wooow I never thought of that! that’s so smart! that would work! it would take training and patience, I don’t know if I can! I have two they would drive me crazy all day but cleaning throw up from the carpet every week is driving me insane too!
      I have to pull a “big daddy” all the time (movie) and just cover it with paper towels and walk away and get to cleaning it when I CAN! teeny amounts of food.. at a time.. I will have to separate them too as he is a bully who wont let her eat…..they get separate bowls etc..he eats his fast then goes for hers…

      Liked by 1 person

  5. rubycommenting says:

    I did the paper towel cover up thing too because it got ridiculous to clean each time. Two cats though? I don’t know, that might be a different story. Two bowls maybe? Far away from each other so the one doesn’t eat the others food.

    Like

    • Susan says:

      yep, even for the dewormer tablet that I crushed and put into food , I had to give one portion upstairs for her and on downstairs for him.. he came and tried to eat hers , I had to hold him back..
      I think they do eat too much at a time and don’t chew.. comes out in pieces unchewed…or worse yet… it is chewed and
      just yuck!
      got iams food tonight…switched from “grandmas” kitchen
      the $30 stuff too even
      grain free dye free nothing worked yet…(was almost glad the $30 a bag stuff didn’t work)blue mountain or something
      they did the BEST on meow mix vitality bursts tender centers for a LONG time… not perfect but much better.. and then went back to old pattern of throwing up constantly.
      no rhyme or reason
      can go days without puking.. then puke 3 times a day,both equally
      but not at same time..that’s why I cant figure it out and its as you say seems to be “just a cat thing to do”
      they have same diet and one can throw up and the other not..or they both do or don’t.. no pattern
      but “a part of life” for years I cant take anymore!
      id do anything to stop it
      $ isnt issue anymore.. half the food is on the floor and at age 12 they deserve upgrades in health care…so im on the hunt.
      (probiotics and digestive enzymes I will try soon/researching brands) they do well with dandelion root and parsley…
      ill put less MUCH Less food in their bowls throughout the day… and do a modified 15 teaspoon each a day diet! (since I cant imagine that right now!)
      I hadn’t thought of that..afraid they wont eat equally…
      indoor formula was one of the worst and then I had GREEN carpet stains.
      I was set to make homemade cat food!
      or get “sojos” you add water and make it yourself for them…
      not rich im pushing the end of like $12 a bag for the 3-5 lb bags.. and that’s pushing it ! huge step up.. double cost of regular catfoods

      Liked by 1 person

      • rubycommenting says:

        The other thing is, I heard cats are very sensitive to different ‘shaped’ morsels of food so maybe switching from round morsels to x shaped morsels and so on will slow them down. I think the rate at which these cats eat is what gets them throwing up, they’re little piggies lol.

        Liked by 1 person

        • luckyotter says:

          Mine are ridiculously finicky. They hate all people food, even tuna! They only will eat Meow Mix or a local brand called Dad’s (which I cant find anymore)–and Babycat is so spoiled all she will eat is Fancy Feast, so she has to be fed separately.

          Like

  6. Prairie Girl says:

    Babycat is too beautiful and chill for your uploading endeavour.

    Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.