UPDATE from above: (I have found the perpetrator this morning - CRAZY MARILEE!! (read my posts from years ago - you can do a search for her name in the search bar above). She said I was from the Taliban. It was a bad shouting match when I caught her doing this - I will have more on this for you tomorrow. I gotta get to work!)
What an INSANE weekend. I never asked for this, I swear.
Thursday started out with me picking up Barney from his new home because I was going to bring him in the next day, Friday, to the walk in clinic where he was neutered from to get a urinalysis done on him. He spent the night in my bathroom. On Friday, when I got to the clinic, thinking it was going to open in half hour so I would be one of the first people in line, turns out they opened an hour earlier. The message was wrong on their recording as to the hours. It would be a two hour wait. Hang on, this is my day off, its too nice out, its 2:30 now, and I won't be seen for at least two hours? OK, so when is your next walk in day? Tomorrow, Saturday? OK, so back home, back in the bathroom for Barney overnight, and back to the clinic the next day at 11:30. Well, turned out that at 1 pm., I still hadn't been seen even though I was one of the first people there. Finally, they took him back and told me they couldn't get a specimen seeing that he had already done ALL his business in the carrier in the waiting room, which emptied out the place because of the odor. They would keep him and call me in a couple of hours. By 4 pm., I went up there to see what was going on, and he was ready, but the test wasn't, so I drove him back to his home, and got the results from the doctor on voicemail late that evening. Sure enough, UTI. They had sent me home with meds anyway, Baytril, so he would get started on that and hopefully all will be well for Barney soon~!
|Frisco Before - Sunday|
|Animal Bone stuck to roof of mouth|
Off to the Emergency Hospital we go! Look at what they found! It was some kind of animal bone stuck tot the roof of his mouth. He could not eat or swallow. This poor animal would have starved to death had he not walked up to me. Good God. So many situations out there. I thank God I was in the right place at the right time. $145. Now Frisco is set to go to clinic for snip snip today. He is full of fleas, but has a sweet personality. He has been through a lot and now needs to find a good home. Please consider him. I am up to my arms with rescued cats right now.