Last week my bad cat, Lenny, started his spraying-in-the-house season, hitting my partner's briefcase and our old metal filing cabinet. Again. I have toyed with the idea of putting him on medication to stop this behaviour, but I always balk at actually going through with it. What right do I have to put him on mind-altering medication? But after last week, I just felt too fed up with having to clean up after him. Plus, he came home on Tuesday with a dislocated toe that was too painful for him to walk on, so that cinched it. Off he went to the vet. They knocked him out to re-locate his toe and boy was he high when I brought him back home. Look at this:He sat like that for awhile - too much effort to make it up both steps. And this week we started him on mood-altering meds. They seem to have make him rather spacey and he isn't cuddly anymore, so I'm not sure if I'll keep him on this medication. Yes, there are others, so I may end up trying on of those.
Better get going and get on to everything. Hope your Sunday is going well, and remember,
keep your foot on the dogs.