Saturday, November 7, 2009

Sleeky Saturday

Hi, it's Raymond. I hear that our Vet is coming to see me on Wednesday.

I guess she's coming to clean my teeth. I think I'll stay here and maybe no one will see me.
I don't know why I need my teeth cleaned anyway. Busby's the one with the dirty teeth.

His breath smells like tuna fish and old socks.

10 comments:

  1. Your vet comes to the house? You're lucky! We have to get stuffed in our PTUs and into the big metal machine.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  2. Oh no, you poor sweet baby. I don't know what to say. You have a vet that comes to your house? Wow! I know you don't want to see the vet but when it is all said and done the work being done on you is to help you. This will make you have good teeth this needs to be done so you don't have gum trouble, if you have gum trouble you cannot eat, if you cannot eat you will get sick. Now you don't want that to happend now do you? Just stay under your blanket and rest. Don't think. It will be over before you know it.

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  3. Wow! You're lucky your vet comes to your house...well, maybe not real lucky because it still means you gotta get your teefs cleaned...but when we hafta go to the vet we always get stuffed into our PTUs and go in the big noisy driving machine which we don't like at all!!!

    We hope all goes well with your teefs!

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  4. Look at it this way friend: you could have NO teeth... then you'd miss out on all the good crunchies, temptations, and such.
    (and take it from me, cause I'm
    a toof expert, ZOEY)

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  5. Maybe if you do stay there--they won't find you!! You look secure under that blankee!

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  6. If you need help in finding a really pawsome hidey-hole, please remember Andy.....he can find the bestest hidely-holes, and he will be more than willing to come and help you.

    xxxxxxxxxxx

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  7. Do not worry, Raymond. Your vet MUST be good since that is her very name!

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  8. Hi Raymond,
    Sorry to hear about the upcoming vet visit. That's pretty scary that your vet knows where you live. I prefer to keep that kind of information confidential. This doesn't sound like a social visit.

    All I can say is you better hide all the toothbrushes and then take cover. Good luck!

    Katie
    (Glogirly's cat)

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  9. Hi Raymond, Hi Busby: we have something to email to you, but did not see an address here. If you'd like to email us, we'll send it back to you...
    Maggy & Zoey, of Zoolatry
    We're at
    zoolatry at gmail dot com

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