She’s Breaking out the Camera Again…

It’s been a bumpy couple of days. Yesterday, I took Kona to the vet because he was throwing up and his eyes were swollen.

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Turns out he was having an allergic reaction, so the doc gave him a shot of Benadryl and we were on our way. Kona came home and crashed in his bed, sleepy from the meds.

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Oh, no. Mom’s got that black box stuck to her face again.Β 

This morning, Kona’s back to normal, and I’m inspired to start taking pictures again.

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Camera time. *Sigh*

Pumpkin and Scout are pretty excited about my rediscovered passion for photography πŸ™‚

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11 thoughts on “She’s Breaking out the Camera Again…

  1. Hi, let your mom walk with that black box. Do you know that the box is a magic box, we all, around the world, see you and kitties. That is nice, because even here Finland, I know you if you walk by my home. I hope you don’t mind that I am a cat.
    Have a bonefull Saturday!
    Kosmo,
    a cat in faraway Finland.

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  2. The vet is never fun. Although they are pretty free with the treats in that place. I also get ‘llergic sometimes, but I don’t get swollen eyes. I mostly try to scratch my face off or eat my paws for dinner. Also never fun – plus the cone. Glad you’re feeling better. Tell the kitties to work on their hiding technique. Or just let us see their gorgeous faces.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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    • I like to eat my left paw for dinner. Mom gets mad at me – she says it looks like someone shot me in the paw. Don’t worry, you’ll be seeing plenty of pictures very soon. She’s got the camera out already this morning!

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  3. Hi Kona. Nice to see you picture again, BOL! And the kitties, even if they are pretending your Mom isn’t there with the clicky thing. Glad to hear you aren’t suffering with the allergies anymore.

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  4. Hopefully you’re back to being right as rein on the allergies. The black box thingy, I can’t say anything other than when you’re adorably cute, uprights want to see them in photos when they can’t see them in person. Hope that’s some consolation.

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