What a lovely phrase to hear from a veterinary professional: "No real concerns"
I hope you can make the Air Show, but if not, am sure your OH will still enjoy it with a friend. No doubt having Frankie home will more than compensate. It tends to focus our minds when we come close to losing something - or someone - precious to us.
So know what you mean about the midnight visits. Moray loves to slip under the duvet with us - especially if he's cold and wet.
He favours my side of the bed, and likes to lie with my right arm circling his body, and his head resting on my hip - though sometimes he likes to treadle on my tummy first. Weird though it sounds, it may sometimes be a shock to a slumbering system, and a tad painful if he catches bare skin, but the absence of those visits would grieve me far more.
We used to have a little golden beauty of a cat (okay, he was quite big really) and from being a kitten, he used to suckle on my right ear lobe. If he came in in the middle of the night, he would soothe himself to sleep by lying against me, and making good use of my ear.
We lost him to the roads, unfortunately, and sometimes I dearly wish he could still snuggle with me in the night.
Frankie, sending you super strength healing vibes from me and da puds at Padtowers. Also sending gentle vibes for Trixie. Can't be having Trixie feeling left out.
Sassybot, have a look at the Cat Gallery site for some toy ideas you might be able to adapt to make your own version.http://www.thecatgallery.co.uk/?gclid=CK2i_fHHrdQCFQadGwod3mQBpA