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 Post subject: The Bengal Boys!!!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2006 11:14 pm 
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Hi All

Not posted for a wee while so thought I would catch up.

The boys are growing so fast now, I really will need to get some new pics posted. They were all microchipped and neutered and I can proudly say they caused absolute mayhem at the vets :wink:

When I picked them up after work, the poor vetinery nurse looked so relieved. Turned out the boys were neutered first thing in the morning and had been 'screaming' at the top of their lungs from 11am in the morning - they don't take kindly to being shut away (LOL).

Anyway after a fairly quiet night on Friday, they were back to themselves and more on Saturday - absolute frantic play all day (from the noise in the house you would think I had a heard of elephants not 3 bengal kittens!!).

Will post some pics soon.

Linda x

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:19 am 
Hi Linda,

My boys are booked in for next Friday for the op - I can imagine us getting a similar call from the vets!!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:40 pm 
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I bet you will!!! :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2006 9:21 am 
Hi Linda

Well my boys survived their trip to the vets, and they were home by 1pm! They were given some special tinned food which they turned their noses up at - they ate the first lot and then refused any more - so on that basis I felt that they were safe to go back to their usual food the next day :D

They seemed to suffer no ill effects from the anaesthetic although I was a bit worried about infection as we could NOT get the plastic collars onto them to stop them licking their wounds (we did try about 3 times and then just gave it up as a pointless exercise). In fact they were bouncing around and throwing themselves off furniture in that elegant Bengal way (!) in no time at all.....I think my poor hubby was more traumatised about the op than the boys were!

I'm wondering when they will finish growing as Bert is getting too heavy for me to pick up already :?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2006 11:45 pm 
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Hi Teresa

Glad the boys op went well. Although my boys had disolving stitches we were not advised to put any collars or anything on them and they seem to have healed up just fine :)

My Lenny is growing at an enormous rate - he seems twice as heavy as Loki (his brother) and although smaller looking than Lubo (my oldest) is definitely heavier - I think Lenny is going to be HUGE!

I need to work out how I am going to weigh them.................

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