it's finally officially official, we received our passports with the sticker/stamp of resident visa.
right now we're slowly letting go of "stuff", it's still quite early since i have till early next year, but we do what we can now little by little so that we won't get overwhelm by too many things to do and too little time.
i brought kiki to the vet to get her blood sample extracted, about 3ml of it. to be sent to UK for rabies tests. i do not know why malaysians vet aren't recognized to do that, we'll just have to follow the NZ government's instructions. it will take a couple of weeks for the results.
kiki shivered so hard and so did i! she was afraid but also very brave, she didn't kick or make any noise. doctor khor and his assistant did a wonderful job too, they talked to her in comforting words, "kiki is a brave cat" repeatedly, infusing that brave energy into her.
cats are resilient lot, it's only the humans that worry too much. here's an update of the fund. we're making progress, yay! thank you so much. i can't say that enough. i should have listed down the process and cost so we'll know where the money goes to. i'll ask the pet exporter the next time i meet him.
i will be attending some art markets in december, i'll announce when it's nearer to the dates. if you're looking for gifts this christmas, do come visit me and get a journal or two for yourself and your loved ones. this may be my last markets here. support handmade this holiday season for a change, support crafters instead of corporations :)