A very sick cat

Yet again  had to return to the vet, who was very concerned because she was losing weight. She’s an elderly lady and hasn’t any spare fat on her. (Wish I could say the same thing). The long and short of the visit is she had to have another anaesthetic to check that the wire was not causing her any problems.

She rallied and because of the difficulty in administering all the drugs, feed her by hand, we decided to try and get her admitted to Anderson Moores the specialist veterinary group just up the road from me. Unfortunately they didn’t have any room so she returned home. She was so pleased to get home. Managed with the drugs with a plus one, and even got a small amount of food in.

Put her to bed early, left food and drink down.  Drank the special milk and ate a little of the tuna, and now we start all over again.

For today I have help because it’s so difficult to hold a cat and administer food and drugs. I feel as if I’m letting her down, but not much else I can do at the present time.

Trudy has just returned from her Saturday morning romp with Anne and Derek, so she will be asleep much of the day so I can concentrate on puss.

Quick visit to the charity shop.  Returned home with towels (for wrapping puss in) and a table lamp – see below.

Have a pleasant weekend and if you feel so inclined say a prayer for puss and me.


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2 Responses to A very sick cat

  1. Patrica Brant says:

    Wendy, so sorry to hear your lovely cat Aura is so poorly, will be thinking of you this weekend, hope to get to see you again soon, take care, Trish xxx


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