|The cone of shame. The shaved belly of shame. Sigh.|
|He just climbed into my lap and started hugging my thigh. |
Also, now you know what my pajamas look like.
Thank you all so much for your kind words for Walnut! I'm busy with an end of the year commission, but I wanted to take a quick moment to tell you all how grateful I am that he has so many well-wishers all over the world. The surgery went smoothly and Walnut was grouchy and klutzy post-anesthesia, but quickly returned to his affectionate self; in fact, he's been more affectionate and snuggly than ever.
He'll get his stitches out in a week, but in the meantime he either has to wear a cone to stop him from licking the incision site, or we have to supervise him constantly. Maybe we're weak-willed cat parents, but it makes us so sad to see him crashing into everything and struggling to eat with the cone on, so I've been doing lots of cat watching instead of sewing, blogging, or grading papers. Well, there's been a little bit of sewing...here's a preview: