Huckleberry, Rasberry, and Sugarberry got spayed/neutered yesterday, and are stuck in cones for a few days. Luckily I have cones that are soft and comfy around the neck so it isn’t as bad as it could be! They adapted pretty quickly. They are all going to one home and home on Saturday if all is well. Gooseberry got neutered a few weeks ago, and I had a home for him but it fell through, so keeping my paws crossed that we get a good application for him soon. In the meantime he’ll have Gracie to play with once the other three leave.

Here are the cute coneheads working on recovery.

Kinda pathetic, I know, but kinda cute too. Huck’s cone should come off tomorrow; the girls maybe not til Friday. I’ll see how the incisions look. So far, so good.

19 thoughts on “The Fosters: The Berry Coneheads

    1. Goose is the wild child, and not actually related to the other three. He was found by himself and added to their group. I’ve had some really bad applications for him…hoping for a good one soon. Gracie would probably like to keep him!

  1. Thank goodness they still look so cute… Seeing a cat with a cone makes me always feel a little bit sad.

    1. Cones aren’t much fun. I don’t love them either, even if they are necessary. But the cones I use have a soft, padded neck and snap on so no icky ties and such. The kittens seem to tolerate them much better than the traditional all plastic cone.

  2. Well it’s great they are ready to head off to their forever home but we’ll miss them – so cute! The cones hopefully can come off as I have often imagined they are a REAL bother to wear when trying to eat or drink! LOL Those cones DO look more comfortable than most.

    Hugs, Pam

    1. These cones are so much easier for the kittens. They accept them pretty quickly and with the right dishes eating and drinking aren’t a problem.

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