If any of you have any suggestions at all whatsoever, I'm taking them.
-Debra & Putney
who are still missing Tigger
Debra Yarrington wrote:
> I went to pick him up. As they removed the iv, he started having trouble
> breathing. I went back and saw him and he looked awful. The vet said it
> could either be a clot or he has more fluid on his lungs. She said
> take an
> Xray and make a decision. The xray showed a small pocket of fluid, which
> she drained, but he started to look better on his own. So she brought him
> out and said to take him home.
> I did. The car ride is about a half-hour long. I brought him to the
> and shut the door. I got on the bed with him and held him. He looked
> uncomfortable. He got off the bed and went to his waterbowl, and laid
> down. His breathing seems labored. He got up and drank a bit and then
> he laid down again. His breathing is labored.
> I don't want to take him back to the vet's. I will only do that to
> put him
> down at this point. He's been in the hospital since Tuesday. He needs to
> be home. He hasn't eaten since then either. I feel sick. I think he
> is going
> to die unless a miracle happens. I don't know what to do.
> I can't stop crying. I just wanted a bit more time with him - to
> spoil and
> love him. Right now I don't think I'm going to get it. I don't have
> any more
> money. And he's laying on his side in my bedroom by his waterbowl. I
> think if he gets worse I will take him in and say good bye, and if he
> get better by tomorrow I will take him in tomorrow and say goodbye.
> Damn it.