It seems like we were just packing up for Comic Con + Corn 2012. Granted, things have been literally hazy crazy around here, but now things have happily settled down some, and *poof* I look up and it's July.
I'm slowly getting caught up on things. Kat, the cat, has been spayed. Note that I have a name for her. No, it's not an official family sanctioned name. That is still in the land of impasse, which I grew tired of, so I just started calling her Kat. If you spell it with a capitol "K", that makes it a proper name. So there.
Like others have mentioned, I don't think cats much care what their names are. So she's Kat to me.
Strange story, however. I mentioned I took her to the vet's to get the once over. The vet shaved a patch to look for a spay scar and found none, so we scheduled it. After she was all prepped, the vet called me and said, "We shaved more off of her, and she does have this strange scar higher up that could be a spay scar, but it's different so we can't be sure. What should we do?"
I made the executive decision to keep going. The vet did a small incision - just enough to allow her to dig around. Alas, no uterus.
Aside from a couple of gerbils and our fish, all of our pets have been strays and we can only guess as to where they came from. What is Kat's story? Other than that she has now been spayed twice.
So anyway, new cat with a new scar in a new month. I've signed on for another month of daily blogging for July. As expected, even though I fell off the wagon in June because we were up to our ears in corn, no one over at BlogHer much cared.
This month's theme is "kids", something we are assured Kat won't be doing.