This is the evil eye I gave my Mum after she physically forced me into the PTU and roughly dragged me off to the V-E-T! She's lucky I didn't turn my lasers on!
My Mum picked me up, put my head in the PTU, and pushed my bum into the carrier! I gave her quite a fight by keeping my feet tucked under the evil PTU, but she eventually won, my darn feet slipped and in I went. Then she lugged me outside where Grandpa was waiting to drive us to the vet. I cried and whined and howled the entire 3 minute drive, just to let them know how unhappy I was.
Mum says next time I am going to have to walk to the car on my harness because I am too chubby for her to carry - I couldn't believe it, her calling me chubby - have you looked in the mirror lately Mother!
So we arrived at the vet (most good blogging Mums would have remembered their camera and taken pictures, but no not my Mum), this was a new vet for me and my Mum had heard many good things about them and I must say they were very nice, for VET people.
They were very patient and let me lay wherever I wanted. I chose the sofa, of course. They then proceeded to violate my Spot #13 with a thermometer! Beans are so weird, who thought this up! The handsome looking vet then came in and talked all nice to me, I must say I liked him ALOT. He petted me and talked to me and then swoosh, he gave me a shot! I hardly even noticed as I was gazing into his eyes (Sorry Maximillian). Then he picked me up and weighed me and made all sorts of tisk tisk sounds. Then I sat and washed my furs while he and Mummy talked. The only thing I heard was that I was in excellent health, had excellent teeth, was unbelievably beautiful (okay maybe I made this one up), but was overweight.
Last night I started a new food, apparently it is diet food, but it tastes good to me. When my Mum saw how much I liked it she almost cried because she has tried many, many, many diet foods for me and I turned my nose up at all of them.
All in all it wasn't that traumatic of a trip, but I am not letting Mum know that. I want to suck up all the sympathy I can first.