Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Minnie Being Silly
Minnie goes to the VET today - she has been having chronic constipation issues and we need to get to the bottom of this. Send her purrs and prayers that it is something easy to fix!
The vet found all things OK with Minnie. No obvious lumps or blockages internally. Still need to wait for results of the blood test. Her litter mate Nick died of intestinal cancer so I am concerned. The vet told me to add up to 1 teaspoon of slippery elm bark powder to her food. I put 1/4 tsp in her supper and she ate it all! It is sweet so they like it. She has been fine tonight - no straining, crying and vomiting. Thank you all for your purrs and prayers.
Posted by wildcatwoods at 12:26 PM
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Hey Minnie we hope the VET fixes you up!
Your FL furiends,
Hi ya, Minnie! We're sorry you gotta go to the v-e-t but we hope they can figure out what is going on with you and make you better!
oh, yes--we will purr an' purrray fur miss minnie. that constipation stuff is awful uncomfortable. we hopes that just some adjustments in diet will fix her right up!
We hope Minnie is okay!
We hope that everything goes well Minnie. Sending you purrs and purrayers for the best.
Minnie we are purring so very hard for you! We sure hope whatever it is, it is easy to fix. We know one thing for sure, Minnie..... you're in good hands!
You look sos weet amongst the fern leaves Minnie. We're glad the slippery elm has helped you feel more comfortable, it's really good stuff.
yay for minnie! a li'l slippery ellum nefur hurt no one, granny sez! we hopes that's all you need to stay healthy an' happy.
yer furriends, the meowers
Minnie, don't worry about being small. I'm kind of skinny too and only weigh about 8 lb.
Minnie, I hope your pooper works better real soon.
Big easter bunny hugs to you.
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