Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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26 June 2019
Good boy mouse! surgery is over and its time for some well deserved rest while those good surgery meds are on board. So happy UW was able to help you both.
Mouse is in good hands for the next few day so make sure you get a little rest too. The first few days home are stressful. I think it was more worrisome than having a newborn 😉 and all completly in my head! lol mouse will suprise you.
As the others have said chemo is good for some and not for others. You know and love mouse best so follow your heart. No judgement and no right or wrong decisions. We’re hear to cheer you both on.
Big hugs to you both. Looking forward to mouse’s homecoming pupdate.
❤ Bev, Moe cat, autumn angel Roane & angel dog Gypsy
Hugs ❤ Bev, nurse Moe cat, Autumn's Angel Roane & Angel dog Gypsy 🐾
My sweet soulmate Roane was diagnosed with osteo in June of 2019. Had a rear leg amp on July 2nd & crossed the rainbow bridge to be with her sister Gypsy on the first day of Autumn Sept 23 2019.
25 April 2007