I survived my ten days in a cone and I killed it literally! These ten days were the longest ten days for me, my mom, and my sisters. It was no fun at all and I was losing hope that it would ever come off! Sunday right before dinner, the cone was finally removed.
Did I mention I killed that thing? I did a really good job of making sure no one else will ever be able to wear it! Not only did I chew off the tabs, I bent it all around so the plastic is weakened, and it is tearing in spots. What about the new one Mom and I bought? She decided to keep in in case of emergency and just patch the old one I was wearing regularly.
Here I am right after Mom took off my cone. After ten days in a cone, I wasn’t sure what to do or think. For a few moments I just sat there, enjoying my freedom feelings.
The feeling of lying with my head right on the floor again is wonderful. After dinner, I took a bit of a snooze.
When I got up, I headed to the window seat to see what was going on in the neighborhood. Finally I have an unobstructed view of the world again. To think I used to take that for granted.
Bedtime is amazing again! Have you ever tried to get a good nights sleep in a cone? It is really not possible. I slept like a log Sunday night. No worries, I go in bed sometimes, but I prefer to sleep on the floor.
Monday morning it was raining, just disgusting and ugly out, but Madison and I still took our walk together. Mom only let me go down the block and back with my cone. Finally I could check out what is going on in the rest of our neighborhood area. Madison says she missed her walking buddy too.
Who missed me the most? Surprisingly, Bailie! After Bailie came back from her walk, we played chase around the house until Mom finally caught and separated us. My oldest sister was wilder than I was, can you believe it? I guess she does really love her little brother a lot and she enjoys playing with me.
Olivia is no longer afraid of me. With my cone she would growl and stay away from me. Now we are back to being best buddies. We didn’t get too wild but we did go outside and play in the rain together for a while. Doesn’t Olivia look proud of her little brother?
After walking and playing with my sisters, and eating breakfast, this little guy needed a nap. It sure is nice to snuggle with a Furballz without the cone in the middle of it all. I’m one happy guy now! Hopefully I will never need eye surgery again.
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