Not just the Mother of Dragons

By , February 22, 2017 11:02 am

Steven took Khaleesi to the veterinarian on Saturday. She had an infection around her incision but they gave her antibiotics and she’s already off them, and hasn’t had any issues since Saturday!*

The master of RBF

I was asking Steven more details about the vet visit when I got back from my Kansas City trip.

“Well, Dr. M said he was talking about Khaleesi the other day!”

“Oh, really?! Why?!”

“Because another cat came in with the calicivirus.”


So when we took Khali in the first time, they knew her name was from Game of Thrones. But they also informed me that Khaleesi is pronounced the same way as a feline virus – calici. So there I was, thinking the doctor was randomly thinking about Khaleesi, and maybe how sweet she is. But no. He thought of her because WE NAMED HER AFTER A VIRUS.

Ha ha.

I am not sure we’re going to want her to go back outside! She’s such a sweetie! Data has been teaching her the ways of the inside cat, including crying for food at 4:45 am. Good work, Data.

*Interestingly, they told Steven the earliest he should let Khali back outside was ten days after the surgery. We were going to let her out that weekend – good thing they told him!

12 Responses to “Not just the Mother of Dragons”

  1. Kathy says:

    They are going to teach each other all sorts of tricks! Glad she is ok. Even with the rbf she is very pretty

  2. Shelley B says:

    I’ve never heard of that cat virus! She sure is a pretty girl and as the mom of two cats who don’t get along, I love seeing how well she and Data are bonding.

  3. Xaarlin says:

    Awwwww poor Khali! I’m glad she’s doing better. I’m so happy Dates and her get along 🙂

  4. DeAnne says:

    Why not keep her inside, if Data likes her you’re all good!

    • kilax says:

      I feel bad abandoning her brother outside! And I don’t think he’s ready to come in… or that Data is ready for him to come in! Also, Khali has all her claws… but we’ll see what happens! It will be hard to let her back out! I’ll miss my sweet little girl!

  5. Anne says:

    So Khali is going viral? 🙂 That’s great that Data is showing her the ropes! Heidi had to learn things like waking us up while it’s still dark out on her own.

  6. martymankins says:

    Ahh, the 4:45am food cries. For me, if it’s not the cats, it’s alerts from some server having issues (the life of an IT person who has cats)

  7. Black Knight says:

    I am sure you will find a warm place at home for Khali too.
    About your question, I will do physical therapy forever…… the pain is chronic.

    • kilax says:

      We gave her the opportunity to go out today … and she hasn’t come back 🙁 I know she will for food!

      Ugh, I’m sorry. I hope the PT is helping!

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