Quizzes & Puzzles16 mins ago
She is back at the vets for tests and hydration - the tests are dependant on how docile she is as the vet is adament that he does not want to sedate her because of her age.
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Well I have my girl back.
She had to have a drip for 3 hours, bloods taken and 2 enemas all without sedation.
she finally had a bowel movement when we got her home!!
she does have to go back tomorrow for a catheter removal but what a difference.
on the positive side her bloods all came back really healthy for a cat her age!
vet says there is *** all wrong with her other than constipation!
I am in shock though over the bill
Wolf, I think she is OK now. We do not really know what was wrong with her, but she couldn't walk properly at the beginning of the week and was v lethargic. Vet seems to think she may have had a fight and a big shock. Mr BM and I recalled that when she was spayed and had to wear a onesie she had a fit of the vapours and "couldn't walk" for a week. It's clearly her way of ensuring that her slave KNOWS she is a little depressed. Metacam, cheese and a few days house rest seems to have fixed the problem though.