Her vet called on Saturday to let me know the blood test results were back and all her levels look very good. Her calcium is also within the normal range, but that could also be due to the supplement she had taken before the blood was drawn. What is important now is to keep her on her meds and supplements and strict cage rest. I try to alleviate her boredom by taking her for "walks" while she sits in her potty. She says hello to all her furblings, she sits with me while we watch TV and I bring her outside for some sun therapy. She seem happier and actually started to purr again. :)
I think the worst is over, and that Tutu will make a full recovery. Thank you again, for all your purrs, woofs, prayers and positive vibes. I know that definitely helped!
We're sorry for not coming around the last few days, and now that Tutu's recovery is on track, we'll be visiting everyone to say thank you personally.
PS / I'm so glad we went for a second opinion. The first vet made me feel like a total failure and in his words as he looked at her xrays still ring in my ears, "Ohhhhh. Your cat is hypocalcemic and can die anytime!". All these without even suggesting a blood test to confirm his diagnosis. How irresponsible.
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to all the wonderful mothers out there! :)
|Ohhhh...what a lot of things to see and smell!|
Tutu getting some sun therapy
|She put me back in here just as I wanted to go exploring. Spoil sport. :(|
|Maybe if I look cute she'll let me out?|
|How about now?|