Saturday 13 December 2014

Poor sick Sady has a playtime

Yes, there are time when she plays. She is still fighting her terrible, drippy nose. She is in good spirits, however, and since I accidentally locked Buster in my bedroom closet, he won't sleep on our bed any more. She figured it out and has begun sleeping on the bed again. Sady used to sleep on the bed between us, and if I petted her or surprised her, she'd growl at me.

Now, she growls at the girls, Dorah and Daisy, and they don't sleep with us anymore. She is the queen.

Hubby popped into our vet's office and he has more meds to give her, as it looks as if it's worse rather than better, and getting cloudy and perhaps infected. They think she could have inhaled something.
If you recall, we spent $350 previously having her sedated and checked. They drained it that time.

Sady recognizes words. We used to have an old feather duster we called 'bird' and she would fetch it when we'd ask her, "Where's your bird?"

Despite all this, she took some time to play mousie, while her shocked sisters watched her!

Sady plays! from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
She's still suffering, but she is playing.

Sady has a long history of being in my videos. Sady's wheezing videos
This video just before I moved to Muskoka to look after my parents, and Sady and JB bonded. The photos are here!


DeniseinVA said...

Sweet Sadie, I hope she feels better soon.

Hilary said...

She is so sweet.. poor baby.

William Kendall said...

My parents's cats would bounce toys like that around, even foil balls from time to time... and inevitably they'd end up underneath the piano.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Yup, she's in charge!!! Blessings and wishes for her improved health. YAM xx

Powell River Books said...

Even when he was very old, Stick Tail would flip his mousie into the air and pounce on it. He really liked his black furry mouse best. - Margy