Wednesday, October 10, 2007

We went out to Lollypop farm this evening and bought 2 kittens. It took almost 2 hours, with the "visiting" with both casts, sitting with the adoption counselor, going over all of the paperwork. It was like we were adopting a child! We did get a 3 1/2 month old kitten that we named Nala (Like on the Lion King) and also a 5 1/2 month old named Leo.
Nala still has her stitches in from her "operation" and she also has conjunctivitis and is on medicine. The lady at the farm said it is best to keep them confined for at least a week. Yea, well Leo has been all over the house, except the attic were Nala is. We don't want Leo to get sick.
They are both verrrryy active, and the kids are enjoying them. They are so cute!
I am glad the spaying and neutering is included in the price, along with the first series of shots. They both have to go see a vet in 7 days for a check up and Nala has to get her stitches out. It is like having small children all over again.... What in the world was I thinking!!
But they are cute!

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Melanie 12 October, 2007 08:15

Congrats on the new family members!!

Anonymous

My children are still young I am running from football practice to drivers ed trainning and Deja my oldest has a dog. I don't know how you have the time.

LOve you and MISS U
Angel

Gwendolyn 13 October, 2007 12:36

hey, that's great! How much for the whole process...I want a kitty, too!

Regina 14 October, 2007 01:11

Hey Angel!!
Thanks for stopping by. I love you, love you, love you!
I thank God that my "children" are all older so I don't have to do too much with these pets.
I was really surprised and unprepared for how long the process actually took. But at least we were well informed when we left!

Love & Miss you all!

Regina 14 October, 2007 01:18

Gwendolyn,
The kitten was $110, and we got 2. However $110 is for kittens under months old. 5 months and over is only $75.
The price includes the first shots (distemper, rabbies, and some other stuff), spaying or nuetering, lukemia tests, deworming if needed, a certificate for a free exam (but you have to use the certifcate within 7 days, which makes no sense to me).

For me the spaying and nuetering is the key especially since we got a girl and a boy!

Regina The 2nd 14 October, 2007 20:38

YOU WERE REMEMBERING ABOUT HOW MUCH FUN IT WAS RAISING YOUR YOUNGEST CHILD (ME) AND THOUGHT THAT U WANTED TO DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Regina 14 October, 2007 21:41

Thank you, Regina II, but no thank you! I do not want to do that all over again!!
It is past your bedtime, MOVE IT LADY!!
Love You

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