Saturday, August 18, 2018

more eating going on

photo courtesy of Laura
Laura has done a fantastic job nursing Marvin all week while I was away. He went to the vet everyday and got juiced and he's been eating more each day. He dropped over a pound since his dental surgery earlier this month and at the last couple of vet visits, his weight was steady (not dropping) - yea!! He's down to about 6 lbs, or a little under, which is progress.


The vet thinks he's doing great, and I agree! He looks so much better than when I left him. His furs are shiny, he's perky, and best of all, he's eating! He might just finish 2 cans of Fancy Feast by the end of the day!  His personalty is back too.

photo courtesy of Laura
Marvs favorite place of all time is Laura's lap and he got lots of lap time this past week. I'm grateful for Laura for taking such amazing care of him! We will be trying to juice him at home - that will be fun with him being to tiny and massively wiggly when he's not getting what he wants.  (not fun!!)


I was working in Tennessee again last week helping some folks work through their trauma. And I got to have some lovely kitty time, thanks to Beyonce, the Onsite kitty!


She's so lovey!


8 comments:

  1. That is wonderful news about Marvin. What a sweet boy he is! So glad he has bounced back. More lap and love time for him!

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  2. That is terrific news about sweet Marvin, way to go!!!

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  3. I am so happy that Marvin is improving.

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  4. We know how stressful it can be when a fur is not eating and are tail-in-the-air dancing that Marv is doing better.
    Lots of purrs little fellow to keep up the good work
    Timmy and Family

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  5. I am so grateful to learn this today!

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  6. That is such great news about Marv!

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  7. Marv, dude...this is great news!
    I love the labyrinth...I was hoping to visit one or two while in England but never found the time.

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  8. I'm giving Muffin fluids and I found that a sweat band around her mid section holds the needle in well when she is walking around and she is less likely to react to the fluid going in since she already feels weird with the band around her belly.

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