Some kitties do everything to attract their human’s attention. Donna manages to do that all the time. Remember her allergy? Well, she came up with something similar this time. It’s called eosinophil granulocyte complex and it lives inside her mouth on her lip. The vet already gave her a shot to make it go, but it didn’t plan to leave that easily (I think it likes Donna). Now she’s consulting a homeopathic vet, because Missy doesn’t like the medicines the regular vet gives her. They seem to be harmful on long term. But there’s also another thing: since last year, Donna’s fur is disappearing. How come? Well, she is washing herself all the time. The vet said it’s stress and sold Missy some stuff in a vaporizer that was intended to make her calm. Missy tried it for three months. When it didn’t show the expected results, Missy consulted a healer and sent her some photos of Donna. The healer sent Missy a long letter with some advise, but Donna is very persistent and kept on washing. Missy has also been advised to feed Donna one kind of protein (chicken, turkey or so) together with carbohydrates. So Missy started cooking rice for us. Yes, you read it well: Missy was cooking, which is suspicious and she was cooking rice for US what made it even stranger. She mixed the rice with mashed turkey, the vet sold her and put it on a plate. Donna started eating it but I hesitated. It’s not fair, you know. I’m not the one who’s allergic, why should I suffer because of Donna’s eos-thing? After two servings, we both stopped eating. We were on food stike. Missy didn’t know what to do, felt guilty (we made her feel guilty, to be more precise) and called the vet. Well, guess what happened that evening … yes, Missy was cooking potatoes for us 😦 “Mmm,” Donna mumbled, “love this, mashed potatoes with turkey, yummy!” I ate two servings before I continued my food strike. I only accepted the meat, not the potatoes. Bossy felt sorry for me and asked Missy to feed us the dry food we liked so much. It was not possible to continue giving Donna her “mashed potatoes-with-turkey” and me my own food, because Donna would eat my food as well. After a good chat with the girl from the local pet shop, Missy came home with biological dry food without grain, corn and that kind of stuff. Since then we’re one happy family again. Donna got her second treatment from the homeopathic vet and Missy melted the medicine in cat milk. Life is getting better and better: now we get a plate with cat milk every day! Donna’s eos-thing is still there and her fur hasn’t grown back either, but that’s a matter of time. Donna has strictly prohibited me to post a picture where the eos-thing and furless spots are visible. She’ll send her lawyer to me, if I did, she threatened. Never knew she had one … maybe she meant her mower?