Tina is doing very well although continues to show no real interest in food. However, she does eat when she feels like it as I catch her nibbling biscuits on occasion or the carcass of the turkey and even the washed out dregs of biscuits and cat food that have got caught in the sink drain, even though I have just put out fresh food for her, Yuch!
The supper of chicken breast is the only thing she finishes, mostly she eats a tablespoon of catfood or a few sips of cat milk then looses interest. She is very active and affectionate, though, and is very comfortable with the other cats - too comfortable with Sammy and Maurice who she flirts with outrageously and who take it in turns to sleep with her on top of the china cabinet (Its OK, they are definitely neutered
). She tends to dart around the place rather than slink like the other cats and always seems very inquisitive and bright eyed. Rosie kitten goes in to be speyed tomorrow so I will take Tina in to be weighed again. If the vet thinks it is OK I'll book her in to be speyed and chipped.