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Filed under: Uncategorized — rica55 at 11:15 pm on Friday, December 7, 2012

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A Shopping we will go!

There’s  nothing this gal likes to do more than shop, so when I read that I should get some onesies for Jill to wear after her surgery, I was pretty excited about the idea.  I knew it would give me something to do to keep my mind off the upcoming surgery and I am very fortunate that Jill wont mind wearing these at all (as you can see from the video below, she actually is quite comfy in them! I will definitely have to cut the sleeves and make them short sleeved with all the kneading she does!)   She does, however, HATE wearing the E-Collar.  It depresses her, she wont move when she is wearing it at all.  So this alternative sounded great to me.  And my Jill can’t just wear any old onesie….so off to the stores I went.  And here are some pictures of her modeling her new digs 🙂  Oh, and don’t worry, the “whining” you hear at the end of the video is not my Jilly, it’s the puppy wanting to play 🙂


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   cldavis

December 8, 2012 @ 12:28 am   Reply

Awwww, what a stylish cutie she is!! You are SO LUCKY Jill is happy wearing kitty clothes! It’s going to make life 42,432,492,834 times easier for you! Though I didn’t use an E-collar or onesies on Fang after the first day, it sure would have eased my mind if he would have tolerated some kitty clothes so I could have stopped watching him like a hawk (though he never did anything 🙂 )

A tip that I noticed with my one time onesie experience was that, much like Jill in your video, kitties can streeeeettttch their little wormy bodies almost out of the thing at the neck if it’s not a bit tight in that area. But, since Jill is used to clothes, she might not even try to take them off, which will be wond-if-erous! Also, don’t be alarmed if her onesie arm inhibits her ability to figure out her hop a bit! It’s hard to stretch your arm out in those things! 🙂

Keep keeping your mind busy!!! Thinkin’ of you both!

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       rica55

    December 8, 2012 @ 12:31 am   Reply

    Thanks for all the tips!! She is so funny I just took the onesie off her and she went right back to it, layed down next to it and started purring. It’s like her new blankie. What a weirdo lol

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   maximutt

December 8, 2012 @ 10:32 am   Reply

Jill looks great in her onsies! I can’t believe she likes them so much. If I tried to put a onesie on one of my cats, I’d be bleeding to death!!

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