1. The vet's good, but then we knew he'd be good with skunks. It's such a relief finding a really good vet when you've got a pet that isn't a cat or a dog. We went through like a dozen vets before finding Dr. Welle for our ferrets, and then of course, we moved three states away from him.
2. We got to see Debbie, who's a vet assistant there and the owner of Fantasia, the skunk who introduced us to skunks as pets at Fantasm. She rocks. Even if the vet had come in, looked at Hobkin, and said "Hey folks, that's the funniest lookin' cat I've ever seen" I'd still go to this vet 'cause of the wealth of knowledge and experience Debbie has.
3. Hobkin weighs 830 grams (approx 1.9 lbs, up from 1.4 lbs from a week ago), he's teething intensely (which would explain why he just wants to sink his teeth into anything that moves when he plays--ouch), and he didn't have a reaction from the vaccine (hurray).
He was extremely well behaved. I was very proud of him.
I've got some adorable pix of Hobkin as a 10-week old, but I can't upload them! The AT&T broadband FTP server is down and has been all fucking week. I've IMed to complain to them twice and the useless support staff haven't been able to provide me with so much as an ETA for when it'll get fixed. "The problem ticket's open and it says they're working on it, but that's all the information I've got," they say. Grrr. I pay AT&T major ducets every month to provide me with a full array of ISP services. Ticks me off to no end when they don't hold up their end of the bargain yet still expect me to pay full price. Bad AT&T. No biscuit.