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How Time Flies... Elsa is now 5 months old....

John Campbell

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Just looking back at her over the last week and comparing to her when she just arrived 3 months ago it is hard to believe that she is the same kitten... She has grown, and becoming quite a lady and trouble maker. I have not posted much about her lately here, but every day I have been adding stuff to her website...

April the 30th... Elsa-1.JPG She made it to the top of the refridgerator...

May the 1st... ELSA-01.JPG jumped in into a trash can and of course ELSA-03.JPG had trouble getting out, but with her level of determination... ELSA-04.JPG she did finally succeed...
On May 2nd she spent time Elsa-2.JPG watching her bird feeder as more birds have begun to arrive,
and that evening... Elsa-5.JPG she decided to drink my tea... I have no clue why, but she loves ICED TEA... Glad it is decaffeinated, I do not need a caffeine filled savannah.
And of course today Elsa-1.JPG she figured out how to take the lid off of Jakes Elsa-2.JPG Dog Food... I am not sure what to do about this, as hers is measured amount, and she will not give up.. Elsa-3.JPG Most of the time she is successful in her ventures...
We finally saw some visitors Elsa-4.JPG to her bird feeder and she is really Elsa-5.JPG really enjoying it... She started Bird Watching up at Grandma's a couple weeks ago, so for Easter she got her Very Own Bird feeder and she loves it.
 

Carykd7kau

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She is a big girl for 5 months. And a beautiful one too. Sounds like she is gonna be more trouble as she gets bigger. You lucky so and so.. I want a Savannah pile. ( of kitties..not poop ) 2's company 3s more. 5s a family. And so on and so on.
 

John Campbell

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She is a big girl for 5 months. And a beautiful one too. Sounds like she is gonna be more trouble as she gets bigger. You lucky so and so.. I want a Savannah pile. ( of kitties..not poop ) 2's company 3s more. 5s a family. And so on and so on.
It is just myself, Elsa, and Jake... Jake is a 13 year old Cocker/Boxer Mix and Elsa and Jake are best friends. I am happy to have both of these 2, and 1 of each is plenty for me... When the sad day that one has to go I am not sure what I will do then.... It brings tears just thinking about it.

ELSA-3.JPG Elsa-6.JPG
 

WitchyWoman

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JC, Elsa isn't spayed yet correct? You were waiting for her to recover from her medical crisis I think. It's getting close to spay time.
 

John Campbell

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JC, Elsa isn't spayed yet correct? You were waiting for her to recover from her medical crisis I think. It's getting close to spay time.
You are correct.. Vet wanted to wait til 6 months. She is scheduled for Early June. Last week of May the vet is going to evaluate her to make sure everything is a go seeing past issues. He will then determine to do it in June or push it off further. I am no doctor and not going to claim to be, but she seems to have left that 100% behind her, and not much slows her down...
 

John Campbell

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JC, Elsa isn't spayed yet correct? You were waiting for her to recover from her medical crisis I think. It's getting close to spay time.

Also at that time I am going to have them to put in the ID Chip and probably a nail trim... As much as she has been through with needles, I would rather than do it while she is under for the operation... That way she hopefully won't realize the larger needle.
 

John Campbell

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This is the one thing that continually amazes me about animals. They absorb it and get over it and get on with their lives. Wish I could do that.
Geez.. She acted 100% over it within a week... She is not letting anything get in her way... If she could feel any better, I not sure I could handle it. If she is covering something up, she is doing a good job of it.