Bailey is coming along nicely this month. He’s still in remission for his diabetes since his last trip to the vet and he seems to be feeling very good. His long black fur, shaved for medical procedures, is growing in. Soon he will again be the handsomest cat at Tabby’s Place. With his thick fur, he will also be the most imposing cat there, too!
Lately Bailey is acting very friendly and purry towards people, and non-aggressive towards the other cats. 🙂 His only remaining rival, Nuttin’, is now on meds for his aggression, so the FIV+ suite is a mellow place once again.
I arrived the other day in late afternoon. As soon as I walked into the suite, Jenny, the recluse, jumped on my lap and began to purr. I got out a feather toy on a stick to engage Bailey. Soon he and two other males, cute Buddy and black Jasper, were chasing the feather toy along with Bailey. It was great fun to watch the three of them playing so nicely, with Jenny still purring while she watched from my lap!
After months of aggression in the suite, and months of medical tests, it was very gratifying to see how well things are going for Bailey and all of the FIV+ suite cats at Tabby’s Place. Thank you for helping to give them such a wonderful home at Tabby’s Place when they were facing almost certain euthanasia at other shelters.