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Out with the old, in with the new.

Ashley

Savannah Super Cat
#1
Cat carrier that is. :)

Since his neuter, Kovu will NOT walk into Petsmart or the vet (inside Petsmart) on his leash any more. :( He will completely flip out. His old carrier was getting way to small so I bought him a new one. It still could be bigger, but it will do for now for to & from vet visits.

I can't believe how much he has grown since we got him in February. He sure has grown into a "cat" & left his little kitten self far behind.

1) Kovu his first night home
2) Kovu in his NEW carrier.
3) Kovu chilling in his old carrier.
 

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Dantes

Guest
#4
Oh, no. Will this happen to Duma when he gets fixed? I've had nightmares already, I wish he would stay the same and this wouldn't have to happen :(

Maybe early spay IS best...but it's too late now :(
 

Ashley

Savannah Super Cat
#6
Oh, no. Will this happen to Duma when he gets fixed? I've had nightmares already, I wish he would stay the same and this wouldn't have to happen :(

Maybe early spay IS best...but it's too late now :(
Not sure if it happens to them all. I always had females growing up & dont remember them getting tubby afterwards. I actually have an appointment with his vet tomorrow to see if its that normal for a F4 to be this tubby. We've cut back on food & gone on more walks but he is about 14 pounds now at 7 months old.