:thankyou: Pucci, and therefore, I slept well last night. He's drinking water and eating reasonably well. He's been trying to scratch the surgical incision on his side, so the Veterinary Hospital said to put a t-shirt on him. Well...let's say he has outgrown his t-shirts so I've got his Aloha shirt on him.
Things didn't go well yesterday evening and last night. He seemed disoriented when I took him out for "business" shortly before bedtime, then when we went to bed, he started crying, which tore my heart apart. I quickly gave him his medicine by syringe, and he konked out to the point that I was checking his breathing. Pucci slept through the night, Mommy kept the light on all night to watch him.
Thank you, Yonnie. I found his Aloha shirt in Honolulu on my last Zaandam Circle Hawai'i cruise. Little did I know it would be serving a useful purpose, other than getting Pucci to pose for the camera.
So sorry to read that things didn't go well the first night. I sure hope Pucci is in less pain by now. Hugs to you......it's hard when our babies, human or fur can't tell us what's wrong. It still affects Mom the same.
Pucci has slept well the past couple of nights - thank you for your good wishes. He stays even closer to me than usual. While the shirt does look cute on him (thank you all for your comments), it's really doing a wonderful job at protecting his incisions and allowing them to heal.
Great news Mary Ann. We are relieved that he is doing well, and the good pathology report. Rylee and Timber both send gentle scritches and tail wags. By the way . . . .Timber set aside some 'private stock' tuna for his curly furred buddy.