Anyway, Mom and I headed out to K-State for my big day. (These are long appointments - click here to see what all they involve!) I thought I'd share some highlights with you.
In the exam room, they provide these nice tables in the corners, just right for denning purposes!
|You can't see me, but I'm under this table|
Having a camouflage leash helps tremendously. No one knew where I was.
They do a lot of different crazy eye tests as part of the deal. Mom took a couple shots during one of them.
|" ♩Don't it make my brown eye,♩ don't it make my brown eye...♩"|
|" ♩... don't it make my --- no, wait. This one already WAS blue!"|
Ha roo roo roo!
Anyway, they finished doing all that poking and jabbing and making me hold still (I can't stand that "holding still" part!) stuff, then our most wonderful vet and my student gave me the WHOLE BAG of Stinky Goodness Treats Mom brought! It was great. It was the best part of the visit -- other than all the test results, which were all mighty good for me. I still need to put a little weight on, but I did gain a little in the past 6 months! I am one mighty blessed 13 and a half year old!
Anyway - time to go, right?
|"Thanks, everybody! ... now let's blow this pop stand, Mom!"|
|"Can I drive home?"|
My eyes had been dilated for part of the exam, so Mom thought it best if I didn't drive. What a bummer. Does anyone even say that any more? Well, it was. Bum-mer.
Anyway, when we got home, Cam was waiting for me. I think she missed me. We had a quick late lunch, then ...
Since it was overcast and the sun wouldn't be too bright for my eyes, we did some of this:
|"Ah! It's great to be home!"|
What a full, full day. Only one thing left to do.