The vetty man did listen to my heart going guh-thunka-guh-thunka-guh-thunka, and did look at my eyes, and my (lack of) teeth and said I was a star for giving blood :)
Then it was Ambams turn, but she was very nervous, and did express her bottom-glands all over the floor. The vetty man was very nice and understanding, and Ambam really was very brave for her booster shot, and stood still when the vetty man listened to her heart, which was going 'thunkety-thunkety-thunkety-thunkety at one million miles an hour!
Then Daddie did take us out of the room for a run and to help Ambam feel happy again and forget about the vetty man.
Mummie says the Stinkykitties, Dallie and Tig, were very well behaved, and that the vetty man said she should be proud because we are all in excellent condition! Well mummie did blush and did feel very, very happy, and she does feel very proud of us, because she says we are all wonderful companions and she loves us dearly.
I hope that we will soon meet up with Clay, who I did give blood to, he is doing well with the Chemo, and I hope he will have a lot longer with his mummie because he is doing so well. Mummie has started painting him, he is a poodle cross, and very handsome! Mummie had better do a good job or I'll dribble all over the canvas and make her start again!
Tomorrow I have my PAT dog assessment, I'm very excited, I hope I do well! Please keep your paws and fingers crossed for me!
Lastly, a friend showed me this blog, and me and mummie thought it was beautiful! It's about living with, and loving, two older whippets (aged 15!) (There is a mild swear, just to let you know)
Definitely worth a read!
Ok, over and out for now!
xxx eggs eggs eggs,