Not really......Bunnynose is FINE. He is just not the neighborhood stud anymore.
"L" put the Havaheart out on the porch, baited it with mackerel, and a few hours later, Bunnynose
was hunched down in there looking embarrassed.
She made a quick trip to the vets with him, and as luck would have it, they were doing surgeries when she got there, and they whisked him right in. He will be back home later this afternoon, probably wondering what the hell happened.
Interestingly enough, they didn't have any problems with him, except that he was scared, but he wasn't mean or aggressive at all.
Poor little guy, he apparently used to live across the road, until his owners moved away and left him behind.
Well, I think he has found a home. He probably won't be wandering around as much now that he is not going to be chasing women.
UPDATE: "L" just called.....when she brought Bunnynose home, put the carrier down in front of the barn, and let him out, he shot out of there like a bullet, down the driveway, and straight across the highway with 4pm traffic. She about had a heart attack, and no matter what she says, I know it wasn't the $55 that she was worried about.
Oh, yeah, I forgot to tell you, she doesn't like cats that well.
Oh, well, you can't blame the guy for having a bit of an attitude, now can you?
I have not been very effective this week, and that's OK. For once in my life, I can give myself permission to NOT achieve much of anything at all.
Now I am firmly planted on the couch, looking through some old Handwoven magazines, looking for inspiration, and maybe a little solace, too.
I appreciate your prayers, your concern, your kind words. It is a family member I am worried for, someone I love so much.
I am staying strong, trying to stay positive, because that is what I need to do right now.
Thanks for caring.
Knowing that you are all out there thinking good thoughts is a bonus at the end of the day, one I am grateful for.