He's definitely relieved! It was a "fun" venture and it got "better." And by better...I mean the day got progressively worse.
On the way to the vet, poor Talos was scared. That's normal of course, cats always get scared when they have to go bye bye in the car. But then my tail pipe decided to come off along the way dragging along the road. When I got to the vet, I looked underneath and see it hanging there. I called my boyfriend at work who came by to look at it. He let me take his car home. I have to say the cat was probably traumatized by the sudden noise of the dragging of the pipe and the loud engine. After the treatment from the vet I took the cat home and tried to get a hold of the mechanic but to no avail. My boyfriend had to go back to work. I got some help from the neighbors though and they might be able to help us work on it. They were able to tie the pipe back on and I drove it home. It sounded like a big logging truck all the way home.
I have to admit though...if it weren't for the regulations...I actually enjoyed driving it that way.
Makes me think I'm in a big truck or on a Harley Davidson.
But it'll need to be quieted down. I don't want to get in trouble. Still at least I have some nice jokes about my "little-big car" now. I never knew my car had that much "attitude."
It has a cold air intake so that's partly why it's got so much spunk.
Tomorrow is my orientation with the other school district. I just hope it goes well.
Talos is much happier now anyway. He wasn't happy about the visit, but I think he forgave me. He's a good cat. No more icky worms plaguing him!
Oh and one more thing I found out that took the icing on the cake. I could have gone to work anyway. They told me I could have dropped him off at the Vet's and picked him up. x.x *facepalm sighs*