I was afraid to visit him at the hospital tonight, fearing that if I did my emotions would catch up to me. And sure enough they did. It's so hard to see a loved one struggle and be powerless to do anything.
He was really restless and took some time pacing and exploring before he wanted loves.
Once he warmed up to loves he didn't want me to leave him again. I've said this about a thousand times and will keep saying it, I love that our 24-hour vet is across the alley and that they have generous visiting hours!
Marvin's usual vet wasn't in today, but he'll be in first thing in the morning. Hopefully he'll have some ideas about what's going on and some treatment plan options. Right now, we're still in the dark.
Hang in there Marvs, and please eat! I'm worried about you.
I miss your endless cuddles throughout the night.
I understand this heartbreak and I, as have many, shared the same feeling of hopelessness and tears while wanting desperately to help our fur baby. Marvin, I pray the vet can find something, some new information for you through the VIN to be of help. Love to you and the family.ReplyDelete
Poor Marvin. I'm sending you both love and Light. Hugs to you and kitty kisses to Marvin. ♥ReplyDelete
Lots of love, hugs and purrs sent your way!ReplyDelete
Praying and purring for you Marvin.ReplyDelete
Hope things turn around for Marvin.ReplyDelete
Hugs, love, purrs and prayers to you dear Marvin.ReplyDelete
Betcha your hugs and love made Marvin so much happier! The vet's office just isn't as good as being home, and with your peeps.ReplyDelete
this just breaks my heart, I know how helpless you must feel. Praying that his usual Vet has some helpful answers/advice for you (((hugs))) catchatwithcarenandcodyReplyDelete
dood...yes pleez eat sum thin...matterz knot what... just eat...sum thin ~~~~~~~ blessings two ewe ♥♥ReplyDelete
I am praying for your sweet boy.ReplyDelete
you are so lucky to be right across the streetReplyDelete