Just a quick note to say hi! I'm so happy to hear that nemo is doing better! All of our prayers worked!!
I've been using my phone to get online. I have a limited amt of time I can use it though!
Continued hugs and prayers coming your way, girl!
I am relieved to hear from you, Opus, thank you. Nibbling is a good start. The small feedings and meds throughout the day is an exhausting ritual, I hear you. I'm sure the SEB is helping Nemo's tummy settle down (after all, what else could it be other than some nausea?), and he will be back to eating fully on his own very soon. I am very impressed with all you do. Great job honey.
Jade has been nibbling since Fri night, too. Typical after Comfortis. I thought she would eat better this morning, but no. She'll snap out of it, I'm not worried...yet. R forgot her last night and left her outside (sigh). She was hiding, I had to get the flashlight & shake the treat bag to lure her out. Eye looks the same.
Continued prayers. Love you. HUGS...♥
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