Estorbo received his treatment last night. His is radioactive.
I met Dr Peterson in Manhattan yesterday morning, liked him, the way he handled the cat (very low fuss, calm) and saw them off.
Vince and I spent the day in the spring woods of Westchester. I found ramps and nettles (for the birds, in my opinion, ouch!). We saw an enormous snake. I tried not to think about the kitty.
This morning I received a call from the facility where Estorbo is staying, was told Estorbo is calmer - I think he'd been growling when his 'condo' was cleaned or food put in. He didn't want to eat his food (I gave him a selection of ten very fancy cans, from Weruva to Wellness, with several others inbetween, as well as his dry food), and had been given some Fancy Feast, which is a bit of a come down for him.
We expect him home on Wednesday morning when he will be dropped off right at home ...by taxi. I wasn't expecting that. Only in New York?
I decided that, since so many of you have invested in his treatment, you should be able to see him if you like.
Below are his "condo" camera links. You can move the camera by moving your mouse.
Warning: I can't watch them. I did once and I got too sad, so if you are susceptible, I advise you not to click on them. Nothing terrible at all, but I just prefer to compartmentalize and stick my head in the sand. I can't change his situation so I'd rather not see it and dwell on it.
But Vince is...
On one side of the cages, er, condos, is a row of gerbil houses, as I understand it. The other side has cat videos.
Estorbocam 1: http://catcondo.animalendocrine.com:5009/CgiStart?page=Single&Language=0
Estorbocam 2: http://catcondo.animalendocrine.com:5010/CgiStart?page=Single&Language=0
Thank you very much for your good wishes.