The vet appointment went sort of as expected. Monkey was throwing his usual hissy fit. Together the vet and I managed to get one shot done. Then we let Monkey be for a bit and decided to do the other two next.
Milo was easy, he didn’t want to move so he just sat there in as tight a ball as he could make himself 😀 Captain wasn’t planning on staying on the table this time. He immediately jumped off to look around. After putting him back on the table, the shots and a re-check of his ears was easy.
By then, Monkey was sitting in a corner. I managed to grab him and just hold him as I usually do. He was looking over my shoulder to the wall, giving the vet excellent access to his neck for the second shot. So while I held his head, he growled and she pricked 😀
This morning I went to Groningen. Gert alerted me to a book sale at a thrift store there a few days ago. We met up at the bus stop near the store and headed there. They were selling the books by weight, one kilo for a euro. We combed throught the books on offer and I came away with nearly 2,5 kilo’s of sale books. And another two from outside the sale for a euro each. Total score: ten books for €4,40 😀
I found some good novels. One of which was on my wish list (Vrij!), and another one I’d borrowed from Gert once and also wanted myself (The Athenian Murders). Also got a couple interesting non-fiction books including a dictionary of superstition.