Here's our life now. We will get used to it, believe me.
The sharps container won't always be in the middle of the dining room table.
Or the syringes.
But until we get comfortable.... well... they are reminders.
Abby goes back to the vet tomorrow morning for a check.
She is very, very quiet today, and seemed perkier and happier last night
The frequent urination has slowed down.. and she has willingly gone to the door this morning several times.
We know now she must have been bothered by her symptoms for weeks. Oh, if our pets could only talk!
Thank you all for your kind words and encouraging comments, both here and on Facebook.
Marie, a new friend, has written me several time about her pug Lou, who was diagnosed five years ago. They have successfully treated him, and she has been very encouraging with me.
I realized when I posted this picture that the chair on the right is one that Ranger and Gertie would
lay and chew on at the old place.... how we miss them, but how glad we were that Ranger did not have to go through the bitter winter just past!