take her cone of shame off.
I came home from work and found Moka sitting NEXT to her cone in her ex-pen(she was spayed last week).
I asked her what she did.
She looked at me..."It fell off momma, I swear."
I love this little girl, but as my mother would say-she's worse than Carter's pills.
She didn't chew the cone and there doesn't seem to be any damage to her incision.
She just didn't want to wear the cone anymore apparently.
It's amazing what they can do to get out of the dreaded "cone"
Nellie must have taught her. LOL
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. -- Gandhi
My dogs, Fanny, Eddie and others before them have never worn it, tried it on and decided right then they would rather suffer the itch and the discomfort than wear that thing!