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Got Those Grumpy Old Lady Glooms (Again!)
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R Next Door has informed me that a guy was running around on Queenstown Road, the other day, waving a Samurai sword, and had to be tasered. Jeez  Louise.,,
I'm having great difficulty getting Amazy to take her antibiotic. She's a bit better, but still pissing blood.
Wednesday update: No, she wasn't enough better, as she should have been pissing normally after three days on the tablets. A lot of insanely expensive investigation looms before we even get a firm diagnosis. Why meeeeee? (Why her, for that matter? Such a sweet, affectionate critter...)
Watched BIRDMAN which was excellent. It's a well acted, clever tragicomedy, with great New York Theatreland atmosphere.
Apparently it was filmed in the St. James, so looks completely convincing. Why do ALL theatres seem to have that gloomy, grubby, yet homely, backstage ambiance?  BTW, I've always thought Michael Keaton had quite a sexy mouth. I don't fancy him, just his mouth. Does that make me a fetishist?
My bloody thumbs are hurting like blazes, with the arthur-itis. My drawing 'skills' have deteriorated enough without his.
My bad leg's really frelled, too.
Did manage to drag myself to choir and have a rasp last night, although all I want to do is sit in front of the Fool's Lantern, and doze, with the odd break to shake my fist at the indifferent heavens. Things are so shite, and I'm relatively lucky; such dreadful stuff seems to be happening to nearly everyone, everywhere. Snivel.


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I'm sorry to hear that Amazy is no better - it sounds bad; expensive plus bad.


No further news yet, but all prayers good vibes and other positive woowoo much appreciated

Edited at 2015-09-16 12:08 pm (UTC)

Oh no, poor Amazy! My cat gets that sometimes and it's not an infection despite having all the symptoms of a UTI. In her case it's stress (once caused by cats coming in the cat door, once when I changed her food), and apparently that's quite common. I learned this at the cost of 500 quid when I rushed her into the emergency vet and they didn't give her antibiotics - I believe an actual urinary infection in cats is reasonably rare despite the symptoms looking so like a human UTI. However, she also had other UTI-like symptoms, like trying to pee a lot and only squeezing a tiny bit out, so if Amazy's not doing that, that's probably not the problem.

Very interesting. I don't see why Amazy would suddenly be stressed though...I'm expecting a bill in the region of £500, too, for the investigations they're doing today, for starters. Just hope she can be 'fixed'.

Gah, so expensive! Mine was for a single night and fluids, nothing else, which was moonlight robbery. I don't get why vets aren't all driving Ferraris.

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