Siren spends more time than usual searching out sun squares.
He sits by himself looking sad.
It would seem impossible for a cat to sleep more but Siren does.
Until pill time, then he changes
Isadora was doing fine when Siren's latest episode started and all she wanted was to play
look at me, look at me, why won't you look at me!
Then the hunching down begins, a sure sign she's uncomfortable
She sits all day in places she normally ignores. There are metal picture frames in this bin, some with sharp edges; I finally manged to get a few towels under her.
I miss her wonderful inquisitive look. Two trips to the vet in two days have made her hide from me. She's even taken to sitting in the back of the litter box.
Siren has become a turtle. He pulls in as soon as he sees me.
As I post this Siren appears to be improving. He's eating again and moving about. Isadora will probably need the rest of the day before the shots the vet gave her take full effect.
This guy ...
... is the only critter around here having any fun.