operation veterinarian complete and the making of w the cat
We took the puppy to the vet today, even after still hearing that we're not ready to have another animal. She did really well in the car, slept on my lap the whole way. She was even well-behaved in the vet and tollerated all of the crazy-acting animals. Which, before I give the vet's diagnosis which I'm sure you're all dying to hear, I should ask the "question of the day". A person came in to the vets office with a really yowly cat; I don't know what the cat was in there for but that doesn't concern us. The cat's name though, concerns and perplexes me, and I'd like your comments on it. The cat's nme was George W Bush, for real. Not George, not BUsh, but George W Gush. Would a person who likes W name a cat after him, or would it be a W hater? What would possess someone to do that to the poor kitty? Creativity and interesting ideas are welcome but my idea is that I bet the poor southern family wnated to elevate w to kittydom. If I were a cat, I don't know if I'd want the title but I'm not a cat so I don't have to worry about it I suppose.
Anyway, according to the vetm the puppy is about nine months old which means that if we keep her, still an unknown and undecided fact, she'll need to be spaid in short order. She got her shots (something a new owner won't have to do) and got treated for hook worms. The vet didn't have any idea what kind of dog she is, but that doesn't matter.
That's about all from here. I get to do a final revision on a statics chapter later this afternoon and I just an't wait, so I better go. Ideas on the name origin of W the Cat would be greatly appreciated. Congrats on a new "free" Iraq. 21.8 million dollars for Fahrenheit 9/11, wow. That is all.