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OMC! How bad could this day get!! *Screams*
This is mommie Rebecca speaking. All the dogs are at the groomer getting there Summer haircuts. Anyways, today this morning I opened the garage door and I was going to turn on the car when our Lil' Nellie bolted out underneath the car. My husband had put sticky
mouse traps in the under the car and my poor Nellie got stuck in one. She was flipping around like a fish. It was horrible! I had heard her crying and meowing really loud. So, I called the groomer and told her I would be late. I told her what had happend and She told me what to do: put cooking oil on it so she could slip off. It worked but her HOLE body was covered in stick. We took her a bath & it didn't work to well. So I called the vet and they said to come in. We sat in the vets office from 7:00 to 11:26 when they took her out of the box everyone said ERRRR poor kitty, poor baby, Yuck I've never dealed with a sticky cat. Later on the vet came in took one look at her said EERRRRRRRRR...and walked out of the room (LOL) How rude! Nellie was horrible looking. They said they're going to put her to sleep for a bit and wash her off. If it doesn't work then my bebe is going to HAIRLESS! Oh, I feel horrible! I'm home without my Nellie :-(!!! Oh and poor me! I probably scared everyone in the vet! The way I looked! But..The reason we think she ran out so fast is because there were 2 dead mice on it.
P.S. I hope I don't come home with a hairless cat.
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