Renn has a cold. It’s not a bad cold. He’s sneezing - more often than not, on me - and he’s sniffling. He has a snotty sound to his breathing now and then. He is still eating, as little as he ever does. The cold’s effects are already diminishing, and won’t be present for long, I believe, and are not drastic, anyway.
My big boy rarely has a medical problem. It was determined that he needed to lose a few teeth after his last examination, and he had a dental that cleared up any mouth problems. Though his appetite is small, he always is strong and vigorous. He will be thirteen this year, however, and I must be vigilant with his health, though it has never been the concern for me that Tucker’s or Cammie’s has been. Watchfulness will be maintained.
So, while Renn sneezes now and then, he is all right and will, with luck and care, continue so. This entry was really just so I could display some pictures of the big boy, anyway…
Ah! Bless! It's always nice to see one orReplyDelete
all of your pussy~cats John..As far as l'm
concerned, l could at pussy~cats all day..
Or play with them..Fudge who lives a couple
of door away, has been round, like most
mornings, for his saucer of milk, a a few
treats..this morning he had a few pieces
of partridge, yesterdays lunch..he loves
game..if l have pheasants hanging on the
kitchen door, and he sees them, he becomes
quite vocal..and when l do get around to
doing them..well..that in it's self is worth
filming..Bless him! :).
Yes, gesundheit! I hope Renn's over his cold soon. ♥ReplyDelete
Renn is beautiful. He reminds me so much of my late Mac. Even their personalities seem to have been so similar.ReplyDelete
Yes, even cats have to sometimes contend with winter sniffles. I hope he's completely over them soon.
Oh, poor Renn. Get well soon, Sweetheart! As we say at the animal shelter: "Heal" !!ReplyDelete
We hope those sneezies stop and that Renn feels all better soon!ReplyDelete
dood.... nice bowl oh trout soop will cure thoz sneeezez ASAP !!! ;) ☺☺♥♥ lookin good buddy ~ReplyDelete
Renn darling...Katie has had two of those complete with running eyes and nose...and she sneezed on me constantly. Nothing quite like that in the night! Coated with snooze from her nose and spit from the open mouth sneeze. Yup. Renn, get better. Sounds as though you are.ReplyDelete
Get well soon Renn!ReplyDelete
I hope Renn is soon better, and more importantly that he doesn't pass the sniffles on to the others.ReplyDelete
We hope that your sneezes go away soon Renn. I always wonder how cats like yours that have no access to outside cats get colds and flu?ReplyDelete
I've wondered that myself. Maybe I bring the germs in from outsider-cats; I'm not affected but my beasts are. It's the only thing I can think of.Delete
Goodness, Renn, who brought the cold bug into the house?ReplyDelete
Get well soon and don't spread the germs past John.
Fortunately, humans can't catch cat-colds, and vice versa. If it were otherwise, I think I'd always be sick.Delete
Paws crossed that Renn is feeling better soon.ReplyDelete
Snotty sneezies are no fun. I hope Renn is feeling 100% better soon.ReplyDelete