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Bark and Co

Jax & Rudy

Hi Stephanie,
The boys are doing great and growing, growing, growing. They have settled in so well and we are all having so much fun.
I did get them to the vet and generally they are healthy. Rudy has unusual gingivitis which could be a sign of the Bartonella virus so I had them both tested and am waiting results, I will let you know. It seems like they get it from fleas and it is common in cats who have been exposed to herpes. Rudy's eye is actually doing quite well, it hardly tears at all. My vet fell in love with them as they entertained us all during the visit. Jax wanted desperately to get on top a a very tall cabinet. He actually jumped from a chair and hung by his front claws on the top moulding of the door jam. His long body looked quite hilarious; I climbed up and got him down safely. What a character, he tried to get into every drawer and cabinet. Rudy was as sweet as ever until the vet assistant tried to turn him on his side for the blood test. You would not believe how he growled and hissed. Then once it was over he was his sweet loving self, how forgiving. My vet is quite an amazing woman, she spent well over an hour with them.
I have attached a few pictures. And yes they are happy to be together. I now know how hard of a decision it must have been to let Jax be adopted. Actually, I would have had a hard time letting Rudy go too, he is such a love bug. And I have in my memory an image of you holding China and actually saying that you would have a hard time letting her go. I do not know if I could do what you do which makes me even more respectful and appreciative of your foster mom status. I hope that you can continue to do all this wonderful work.
I will keep you updated as they grow. Right now they are having a soccer match with a super ball. They like to carry their toys into the tub and it becomes their arena. The bathroom is still quite a fascination for them and they both come darting out from wherever they are if they hear me going in there. Funny boys.
Enjoy the photos,