We are indoor cats and this is our blog.... with Mindy, a grey tabby girl and with Mike a bi-color tabby who is the bigger of the two of us. In June of this year, 2016, sadly both Cookie and Moe left us and crossed the Rainbow Bridge. They and the ones who came before, exist in our hearts now and always.
We continue our blogging stories and hope you will follow "Team Tabby" along.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Cookie is Thankful!
Cookie here: All of your purrs, grrrs, purrayers, whinnies, stomps, chirps and snorts of encouragement and positive feelings for me, have been working!!
I can see again! THANK YOU!!
Perhaps not 100 percent, but I am well able to go from room to room without bumping into anything. As many of you already know, I went to my vet to get my teeth cleaned, but something unusual happened that never occured at that clinic before - I lost my sight when I woke up. They took good care of me and did lots of research and said there was a chance I would regain my sight within two weeks, but I was their first case of this unusual occurence.
After a week and a half, I went back to the vet for followup and had a great check-up......and they gave me a test. They tried standing in front of me, but I went around the vet and the vet-techs without running into them. This made them so happy. Of course I am even more happier that I did not run into anyone or thing!
I still have trouble with depth perception, at least I heard the beans talking about this. Not sure what that is but I think it is why I am not allowed to go up and downstairs on my own - on account of, I can't see the edges of the steps very well.
Oh, and the vet said I couldn't go outside. I promised I would stay on the deck, but of course that is a NO for me. I guess they know I will try to get off and go look for some yummy grass to chow down on. Guess I will have to stay in our office and make sure mombean gets our posts organized to publish.
Look, I have the office chair first.
I am so thankful that everyone's healing thoughts for me have helped me through my struggles with temporary blindness - at least it was temporary! Now I want to take a moment to pass on my own purrs and purrayers to all of those in the Cat Blogosphere that are in need and have their own serious health issues. Mombean was telling me that there are many that we need to keep in our thoughts and in our hearts.