Oliver spent the majority of the day inside, even got special foods to celebrate!
It was lovely to see Willow feeling more of herself.
Willow still seems to like being near Oliver.
I can understand, I like being near him too!
Christmas was a relaxing day.
Sadly, in the days since Christmas, Willow's become symptomatic again. She's back to not eating and looking extremely uncomfortable. Her breathing has become a little faster than usual but so far not as extreme as it was a few weeks ago. Laura talked with the vet this morning and we are going to up her steroid dose to see if that makes a difference. I plan to keep close eye on her and run her next door to emergency vet if she worsens.
I am very worried about her. She looks so miserable and I feel powerless to help her feel any better. Once again, I would appreciate your purrs and prayers for her healing and for us to figure out what it is that keeps causing this.
I wish you all the best and may the vet figure out what Willow has.ReplyDelete
A better 2018 to you all!
You have our purrs and purrayers! We hope you can get a definitive diagnosis -- and treatment.ReplyDelete
I am deeply sorry to learn that Willow is symptomatic again and in such misery. God bless her and the family.ReplyDelete
Prayers for Willow! It's so hard and I hope the Vet can figure it out.ReplyDelete
Oh dear, I hope the vet can figure out what's ailing her. What a beautiful sweet cat!ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry to hear that Willow still isn't feeling well--my prayers and purrs continue. I hope the vet is able to find out what's causing her symptoms so it can be treated. It's so hard to see our fur kids suffer--one feels so helpless.ReplyDelete
Here's hoping Willow is better!ReplyDelete
Did the Vet do Xrays of the chest? There are a few things it could be and if they haven't, I would have them do xrays. (((hugs)))) catchatwithcarenandcodyReplyDelete
I am praying for your sweet girl.ReplyDelete
sending more retroactive purrs of healing and comfort to all of youReplyDelete