I am so so honoured to get this award from the brave and lovely Moki. If you haven't yet met Moki please head on over to meet him, he is a special needs kitty and definitely has a Winning Attitude. Take some time to read his story, it is inspirational and his Slave is obviously a very caring person. You can also explore the links at Moki's blog and learn how you can help with special needs kitties. So, thank you Moki for the award and introducing yourself to me!
I am going to pass this on to my special friend Princess and to her mum Rosemary too cos they have been so strong and brave since losing Caeser. I am also going to pass this on to Rascal cos he is going through chemo and is being so wonderfully brave and definitely has a winning attitude!
As it is the weekend I wanna share this video with you - it is from the Brit Awards - Rihanna singing 'Umbrella' with the amazing Klaxons doing the backing music!!! It is AWESOME.
Did you check out all the lazer beams - I wonder how many lazer-eye cats were dancing around the stage to create that amazing lazer beam show??? Well, I got a sneak behind the scenes and this is what I saw! It's quite funny watching the video and imaging all the cats doing perfectly syncronized moves all around the stage! Hehehehe *easily amused*
Healthwise...well i had a tiny bit of blood on my poo last night - I had been straining quite hard and my Meowmie hopes it is just from that cos I did another poo later and there was no blood. We left a message for Ben Vet and we are waiting for him to call us back with his thoughts. I am OK otherwise though!
UPDATE: Nurse Anna telephoned meowmie cos Ben vet is on his own today at the practice and he is snowed under wiv sick animals. Nurse Anne explained that if the blood on the poo had been from my condition it would have been tarry and very dark, almost black. Because it was fresh and red and wet it is most probably from the straining and was from a point close to the exit of my Number 13 spot, so we are not to worry. If however the blood keeps appearing or we are worried for any reason then we are to go and see Ben Vet for a check-up. But overall consensus is that it is unlikely to be the Lymphoma Thing. Phew!