|I still love carrying my food measuring cup around!|
I sometimes forget that Coco is growing up - due to her small size I tend to treat her as a little puppy. She still is a puppy, but my attitude towards her will definitely need changing over the next six months and beyond - she's growing up and is on her way to knowing what is right and wrong. It is also important that I try and stamp out her issues with walking on her leash now now rather than later - it can be more difficult to train her when she's older.
|Hobbies include: sleeping, eating, playing and stealing food cups/containers|
The vet has called and informed us that Coco is ready to be desexed. We have all our pets desexed as soon as possible when the vet checks our pets and informs us that they are ready with the procedure. This draws from our experience with BB - we had her before Tiger, Charlie and Coco.
|BB the Cat|
Before reaching the minimum 6 month age required for the desexing procedure, the breeding season arrived earlier than usual. Due to this, she was on heat and she seemed to be in pain. She could not walk straight and could not do much at all. I remember her walking crazily and then suddenly fell into our pool. We took her to the vet and the vet recommended an early desexing procedure and once she had undergone the procedure, she made a full recovery.