it’s over a week later, and I still can’t drive my stick-shift car or do my kickboxing because of Motherfucking Bastard.
Brian and I are aiming to return to Urgent Care tomorrow evening for a follow-up. my thumb is still generally useless.
Contact emailed me yesterday to inquire as to how The Cat was doing, to let me know we may have an adopter, and to inform me the upcoming meeting has been rescheduled. in my response, I was honest [names changes, of course]:
The Cat is still really skittish and hiding. I’m concerned that our fostering her didn’t help much, as we are so rarely home. Also, as we discussed on the phone that one night, she went from letting me pet her the first few days to hissing even when I would put food in the cage. 😦 We’re still trying to socialize her and the like, but again we are not home as often as she apparently now needs.My parents and brother are coming into town from Louisiana sometime on Monday, June 12 (exact time currently unknown). I can’t promise I can make the meeting, but I will try my best to. Would we be able to return The Cat before then? In further thought, I’m concerned the loudness of my family may frighten her. (My dad and brother are very loud people, lol — even their “indoor voices”.)Let me know what works for you and what you think would be best for The Cat. I’m fairly flexible.