Clearly Tali's trips to the vets are harder on me than they are on her.
I don't know why I keep trying to spoil Tali with fancy cat food, I really don't.
So, how are things with Tali you ask? I'd say they're back to normal...
As Tali's numerous vet appointments come to a close I no longer have to play the game of forcing her in a cat carrier then back out of it again...
So, Tali may not be quite over the worst of it yet (she had a second lump removed last week,) we're in a better position that we were. And since her follow up treatment is a healthy dose of fussing, I think it's as good as it can be.
Thank you to all the well wishers and those who left such nice comments. If Tali could read, she'd be delighted.
A longer comic than normal but it's felt like a lot has happened in just a few days.
No one wants to hear the word 'cancer' associated with anyone they love but despite a rather large scar along most of her chest, Tali is doing fine. And hopefully, this ordeal is completely behind us.
One thing to learn from all this is to check your cat regularly. And yourself too.
Oh the fun and games Tali likes to play on the stairs...