Firstly, thanks so much to everyone who took the time to offer their support in answer to my last post from a couple of days ago. It's always nice to know that others in the kitty world care and are concerned, and I'm so grateful to know that you're out there :))
I'm delighted to report that whatever tummy ailments Rocky seemed to be suffering from the other morning have passed and he seems like his old self again! Also, Garfield's tummy is also back on track, and if anything, this little setback just confirmed that he does infact have a sensitive stomach and so the appropriate food is required to keep that in check.
Lastly, after afew email exchanges with Flossy's Mom and a handful of trouble shooting tips/suggestions - it would appear that her inappropriate bathroom habits have been brought under control. There were afew different factors, one being that litterboxes had been moved around and a guest to Flossy's home had disrupted her routine a little bit, thus causing stress for our little baby girl.
Again, looking at this from a positive point of view, this too has taught Flossy's Mom (and us as well), that some kitties are far more sensitive to change of any kind than others, and that we need to be sensitive to the signals they try and give to share that. It also goes to show that we never stop learning and that animals are a great deal like people - we all have our own insecurities, anxieties and dislikes.
And me? Well I'm looking forward to the coming weekend so that I can relax and hopefully decompress a little bit.
In closing, I thought I would share a photo of a lovely girl who is currently up for adoption via our rescue group - her name is Payne and I think she is a beauty.