Wednesday, December 3, 2014

DAISY ATE ALL OF HER BREAKFAST THIS MORNING

I had to take an extra half our for lunch because I was sobbing with joy and had to calm down enough to return to the office. 

She's not 100% yet, but definitely improving. 

Thank you my friends for all of your kind words. <3

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  1. YAY!!! thats great news! hope she keeps it up :) :) :)

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  2. Well, it must be the time of year for pancreatitis, because my scotty is recuperating from the same thing, only he is younger. I was bitching about $300, but I guess I should be grateful that Brodie wasn't as sick as Daisy. I hope she continues to improve. I have been boiling chicken, and found some canned salmon in the pantry no else wanted, but he loves. It will be slow, be she should continue to get better ~ I hope!

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    1. We have a 7 month old Scottie, Theo, who got really sick when he was 13 weeks old...time in the ICU, all that. he is 7 1/2 months old now and doing great...knock wood! Hope your Brodie gets well soon!

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  3. I confess that I didn't read the prior post...because it looked sad. I'm glad things are working out.

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  4. Go Daisy!!!!! Keep getting better! Love to you Mich!

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  5. YAYYYY! YAYAYAYAY i do love cats and all pets too and just YAY i am always so sad when an animal gets sick even the ones i read in the paper (who the fuck tells a K9 cop that he's totally allowed to shoot a wagging-tail old dog who has a collar and license GRAH!)

    YAY for Daisy!

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  6. I had a scare with my old cat (16) recently, so I know how worrisome it is to see if they're gonna recover. I'm really glad to hear this. Cheers to eating! Amazing how something so simple can be such a good sign.

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