Of course, I know what extra peeing means for a cat, not to mention that she's been eating more also. However, the weather has just begun to turn colder, and I've noticed that ALL of the cats are chowing down. Therefore, we have moved into observation mode for awhile. My new Cat Car did not go anywhere*!
Angel's body weight is good, if not perfect. She continues to be skittish at certain times of the day, remembering the week that The Hubby picked her up to administer the liquid antibiotics. She'll get over that with lots of petting and hugging and such.
*The Hubby has driven The Cat Car a lot; to the auto part store to get a new air cleaner, then to the Honda dealership to actually buy an air cleaner, to the insurance agency, and to the Michigan Secretary of State (DMV). Today, he's driving it around for grocery shopping and I hope to buy a CD/radio and have is installed. He tells me that I'm not getting The Cat Car at all now; it's his and I can keep driving his car as I have been! HO NO, that ain't gonna fly, Mister! I only asked to drive the old car of ONE MORE DAY, so I can finish disc 13 & 14 of a mystery thriller book-on-CD (45 minutes to work, 1 hour lunch, 45 minutes drive home). And then I go away this weekend, driving my mother's SUV, so The Hubby will have both cars to play with, and hopefully to sell or junk the old mushed-up-and-not-street-legal-anymore tan car.