Monday, January 13, 2014

the Budster!

Good news! The Budster did just fine with his surgery! Yea!!!!


He's home and a bit unsettled after his day at the vet. He's also stoned - they gave him a long acting narcotic pain med and I think he might be the happiest one in the house at the moment! I'm wanting some of what they gave him.

I figured they would need to shave him for the surgery, but nope, somehow they did it without taking any extra furs - he only lost some furs on his front paw for the IV. I also feared he might come home with a cone of shame, but no shame and no cone! He's looking really good and is as cuddly as ever.

Thank you everyone for all the purrs, prayers and crossed paws. We now await the more thorough lab results from the tissue that was removed. I'll keep you posted.

15 comments:

  1. i cross my paws to be a benign result!

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  2. Hooray for Budster !!! Thanks COD for his surgery went well :)
    I sending magic purring to him. And MOL to you want the kitty med. I can't give you those med. but I can give you my nips ; ) not strong like those med. but better than nothing...want some ???? Tee...heh..heh

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  3. Big sigh of relief. We hope he did well overnight; purrs for his speedy recovery.

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  4. So happy it went well and I love drugged up kitties, they make me laugh!

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  5. we are glad he is home (and feeling no pain - MOL). paws crossed for food news :)

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  6. THAT IS CATABULOUS NEWS!!! Now just sending purrs and prayers for good news!

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  7. Glad it was taken care of--now we wait for further news--preferably good!

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  8. Oh we are so glad he is home and doing so well. Our continued purrs and prayers for a even better test result.

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  9. So glad to know he is home for TLC. You are all in my prayers.

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  10. Purrs and prayers from all od us.

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  11. Wow, so nice that there is no great loss of fur, and no cone of shame. Those alone should help him feel more normal. Now, here's hoping you can get pawsitive lab results.

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  12. Yea for Buddy. And Oliver. Your plan for introduction sounds very good. You should probably also put the crate in the other cats' section at some point so everybody gets used to another cat being in "their" territory. Good luck.

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  13. Oh dear, guess we missed a couple of days. Sorry about that. We are so happy to hear that handsome boy is doing well now. I'll purr that he heals really fast and stays well.

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  14. Yay for the Budster! We are all so happy that his surgery didn't require the loss of fur or a cone. Now we are all purring for a good result on the tissue analysis.

    Spyro and the Gang

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