Kiki is a shelter kitty that I adopted when she was about six months old. Before coming to me, she was in a kitty foster home. Sadly, she was kept away from the other kittens because she was very small and sickly.
Kiki had an infected spay scar and a hernia when we brought her home for the first time.
Within a day, we took Kiki to the vet. To keep her from scratching at her spay scar & hernia while they healed, she had to wear a plastic Elizabethan collar. Yes, it’s actually called that, “Elizabethan collar” is not a Kim-ism, though it sounds like one.
Finally, the scars healed and she seemed to be on her way to good health, so with the vet’s OK we took off the collar.
It was the happiest day ever for Kiki!
Water buffet is like a buffet, but only water.
Kiki waiting in the bathtub for Water Buffet looking like a Yoshitomo Nara painting.
After water buffet, she either wants to play or nap.
She gets more kibbles before I go to work.
Kiki gets raw chicken when I get home from work, then more playtime/water buffet, and kibbles again at 11:00pm.
That’s the story of the Two Black Haired Girls!