Well, mostly free LOL She had her second retest for ringworm and another negative! So, she is all done with that mess and the vet even congratulated me on such a quick eradication of it - she said it usually takes several retests to get everything clean - so yay me!
Barley was 1.6 pounds on her first visit, October 13, the day after I trapped her and she is now 3 pounds and about 5 x longer than she was. Seriously, stop growing so fast!
I moved her bounce house into the room I am always in last week and yesterday I let her out to play in it. She can't be let out into the house at large because it isn't even remotely safe or kitten proofed, so I needed her to have a safe space where she can run and oh did she run. It made me so happy to see her jump and leap and pounce and all the things a kitten should be doing.
I know it was only a month but it seemed a lot longer to have her little sweet face stuck in a playpen and her not understanding why. She still sleeps in the pen and Oh My God, getting her back in it and settled down was not easy LOL But for now, I don't want her roaming the room at night until I am sure it is completely kitten proof and she isn't going to do something kittenish LOLOL
She is about 2 and 1/2 months now and has one more vaccination and then she will be spayed in January I think. Life with a kitten on the loose starts now!
Spoiler - it's not a lot LOL
Since I found and rescued a wee feral kitten mid-month, I haven't really read much. Six total would be the total LOLOL
N = New
Not Quite Dating - Catherine Bybee N
Not Quite Mine - Catherine Bybee N
Carrie - Stephen King R
The Carrow Haunt - Darcy Coates R
Where the Light Falls - Katherine Keenum R
The Haunting of Brynn Wilder - Wendy Webb R
We will see how November goes, but Barley is much more interesting than books at the moment LOL
Not vicious or malicious
Just de-lovely and delicious