Finally, Jimmy has the catheter unplugged but he was not allowed to go home yet. He has to go through another one or two days of close monitoring before he could be released with a clean bill of health. After two hours from the unplugging, he was still not peeing as he should. That got me worried. By right he should have urinate naturally but there was no sign of any urine at all. I hope he would do that fast as I would love to bring him back and give him a thorough bath. He smelled badly of antiseptic lotion.


As for appetite, I’m going to be slapped with a huge bill for extra cat food. Even the vet and her assistants were surprised with the amount of intake for this 3.8kg boy of mine. Jimmy has been gobbling down a whole big can of wet food 4-5 times a day and he was still asking for more. I can even hear the Ka-ching Ka-ching sound from the cash register right now. LOL! Anyway, I’m so happy that things are looking at a brighter side now. My only hope is to see him pee naturally so that I can bring him home. I missed that curly ball sleeping next to me nightly. Thank God for giving him another chance to live on…


  1. Still purrrrring for Jimmy.

    If Jimmy keeps eating and drinking, sooner or later he gonna have to pee. Just relax and get it over with, kittie, OK?

  2. Yay for Jimmy! Hopefully he will start peeing normally and you can bring him home! We're still sending tons of purrs for Jimmy!

    Luf, Us

  3. Sweet boy, he needs to be back home where he can rest and recover. We are sending lots and lots of purrs for the both of you.
    Love & Purrs,

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