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25 April 2007
Well, I got home and Riot looked fine. He bounced back from his adventure well. He didn’t have to be intubated. We both really need a break. I can’t get a breather. Hopefully he’ll get the stitches out Saturday.
Riot got his name the day I got him. He couldn’t stop puking on the way home. I looked back and said, “You’re a riot, aren’t you?”. I couldn’t think of a better name.
25 April 2007
Thanks for the great update!
1 October 2017
” He bounced back from his adventure well. He didn’t have to be intubated.”
Omd, I’m giggling… serious. That’s why we are a unique and beautiful family.
Only we could look at this situation and find a pawsitive note like that💖
OK Riot….nuff now, you beautiful boy… your mama is going to be dying grey out of her hair if you don’t stop!!
On a serious note I’m so glad you are both doing ok.
Jackie, David, Bo, Andy, Oscar, Angel Mitchell, and the coolest feral tripawd kitty Huckleberry
22 February 2013
So glad he’s bouncing back quickly. And yes, the way he got his name….fits perfectly 😎
Happy Hannah had a glorious additional bonus time of over one yr & two months after amp for osteo! She made me laugh everyday! Joined April's Angels after send off meal of steak, ice cream, M&Ms & deer poop!