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Old 03-22-2004, 06:55 PM
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Mud (aka HyperKitty aka Purr Monster aka Your Majesty aka Dammitcat) still has all of her personalities and mood since she was spayed 5 years (or more?) ago. She was whining, yowling, and tearing about the house a a microsecond's notice. After she was fixed, she now makes a weird gurgle while tearing about the house, is still prone to pouncing up on a mid-maid bed (she will leap onto the bed when the top sheet is put on, but before the comforter is put on - does a weird little spin like she is looking over her shoulder, then takes off down the hall again). In effect, still the active, lovable moody kitty she ever was.

Let me warn you, though. When we took her in to the vet's, she did a lot of screaming, bit the vet, required four shots to finally sedate her, pissed all over herself when they (five people at once) tried to put her back in the cage, and it was four days before she would even look at us. But she eventually forgave us, and everything is back to (somewhat) normal ['somewhat', meaning she is again tearing about the house, flinging a clip-on ALF character in a game of feline hockey.
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