We took Dorah to the vet during March 15th, for three days, to begin her Rx ($19/day). We had Buster in Time Out at the Cat's Meow Inn, March 18 - 28th ($16.50/day!). We have both he and Dorah on Prozac (flueoxetine) –him for bullying, her for twitchy terrors.
Step twoWe bought Feliway, which you pop into an outlet and it puts calming pheromones into the air. It didn't calm Dorah, she began going after Annabelle. This is sort of good, since it shows she grew some ovaries and has shown some guts and glory. We're well over $500.
Step threeWe decided we had to figure out if it would work on Buster. It takes a few days, they say. How to protect Dorah in the meantime? We swapped out Buster for Dorah at the 'spa', as we call it. She took off right away out the outside door of her cell. There is a bird feeder outside the enclosure and she happily watches the birds indoors, I think she will be happy watching the birds there.
In the meantime, Buster is happy to be home. He went out in the rain to check for mice friends. Annabelle kissed his face and smelled his bum!
Dorah in the sun: apricity.
He's been happy to be home. He's been affectionate with me. Calm in the house.
I took him for a walk after our trip to Wolfe Isl., going down to the frog pond.
He wouldn't follow me around the the pond, but sat on the dock. Daisy was hanging back, up at the driveway. She finally made her way down the path, anxious to come on the trip, and he promptly ran after Daisy in the forest. He wouldn't eat his wet food, with the pill, this morning. I resorted to shoving it down his throat. I am at my wit's end.