Picked a very upset shaking Tigs from the vets
Apparently everyone thought he was shy and very quiet, not like our Tigs at all.
We have antibiotics and a special food in pouches for him. Tigs has to stay inside until Wednesday until his next check up. (He won't like that at all, expecting him to run the wheel of death around living room frequently until Wednesday)
He was upset on the vetís table when I saw him but the moment he went into 'his' case to come home, he rolled on the floor and gave a sad chirp.
All other food had to be taken up before I let him out of his case. He ran eagerly to where the food bowl was, looked around in confusion and is currently sulking in a clean hooded litter tray.
Tigs is Home
PS. Kelly...Bramble is fine at the moment but that vet made that comment when she was having sloppy poo problems