Nope, we are going to call him "money pit"How can one little kitten cost so much damn money????
We had him a total of 3 days when I first had to bring him in for a goopy looking eye. He had an eye infection which was no shocker since he came from a rescue and while the girl took good care of him; he smelled.
Last Sat I notice that now the other eye looks goopy.
I call the vet but they cannot get us in. They are over booked and we have to take Osgood to urgent care.
This morning he looks great.
He eats his breakfast and immidetly takes a nap.
Around 10:30 am I start to get things together to make some lunch, Steve will be home soon. Osgood finally wakes up and his eyes don't look good.
And he's not begging for the tuna that I'm prying from the can.
In fact, he's just laying there all lethargic and uninterested in food.
Houston we have a problem.
I call my vet and they get me in right away. The last time we visited the vet Osgood was bouncing off the walls. This time he is curled up in a ball in my arms.
It seems that something is going around. Already that day they have seen 3 kittens and 1 cat with the same upper respitory shit Ozzy has.
So now I get to jam two kinds of meds down my kitten's gullet and medicate his eye.
My poor kitty.