Dear Dr. Jon and Dr. Dave,
First of all, thank you Dr. Jon for telling my toenails to grow back. I am happy to report that my left toenails are almost as long as my right toenails, and they are very useful when I romp through the stacks in the mornings.
I would also like to let you know that you do not have to look in my ears when I visit you in the future. My Photographer has gotten annoyingly close when she takes pictures, and she has several pictures of my ears. This is one of several:
Above you can see that my right ear is very clean, and you don't need to poke anything in it when we next meet.
My feet also look very nice and healthy, so you don't need to touch those, either:
Please disregard that teensy piece of litter in my foot; I cleaned it immediately after this picture was taken.
My staff can vouch for me that I have no strange bumps, lumps, or lacerations anywhere on me. I use the box regularly, eat plenty, and am alert and inquisitive when I'm not busy napping.
Karen has duped me into eating teeth-cleaning treats, and I keep my teeth nice and strong by chewing on cords, paper, bows, and plants, so you don't need to look in my mouth.
I keep myself very clean, so there are other places you do not need to look. Pictures can be provided upon request. . . but I will not post them here.
So you see, when I visit for my annual exam, we can dispense with the formalities! I can gaze out your window for a few minutes, you can pat me on the head and rub my tummy, and I can be on my way!
Your fine specimen of Cathood,
PS--We don't need a weigh-in either. This isn't The Biggest Loser.