Tama-Chan: Meeiaow, Dear Friends! I hope you are not getting fed up with seeing my face on the blog... I had to go back to see Dr. C yesterday morning because there had been no clear improvement in my condition, aside from an initial positive reaction to the injectable cortisone. This time, #1 had to leave me there part of the day so Dr. C could get x-rays, draw blood and study the situation closely. The upshot is that we are still not sure what the matter is. There are several possibilities, some of which are not very nice, and, like Genji, I have tested positive for the Coronavirus. My blood work is pretty good overall, but my cholesterol levels are elevated (echoes of Tommy!) and my blood serum is looking very milky where it should be transparent. My heart is also a tiny bit more enlarged than it should be. So a bunch of elements, but they don't really come together into anything clear-cut at this stage. So, Dr. C has put me on a stronger antibiotic (Baytril) and she gave me a diuretic shot. She did notice that whereas I had been wheezy, I was getting a little sneezy, which is a good sign. So, we are being hopeful for now, and I have another appointment with Dr. C next Tuesday morning (plus phone check-ins every morning and Dr. C gave #1 a bunch of meds in case I might need them between now and then).
I must say I was very happy to get home yesterday afternoon. We had dinner guests so poor #1 then had to get a meal on the table in only just over an hour. She was supposed to be away all day today but she has canceled so she can be with me. We are all keeping everything crossed that I turn the corner and start feeling much better over the weekend.
And as it is Feline Friday, here are pictures of the other Chans too!
My Beebsy son:
My sis, Sei-Chan:
And Da Blue Boy, Genji:
Thanks again to all of you for your friendship and support.
I'm continuing to send purrs you way, Tama! I really hope the vet is right, and the sneezing is a sign you are starting to improve.ReplyDelete
WE will also continue to purr for sweet Tama!ReplyDelete
Hope the new medication works.
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ
We are crossing all our paws for you Tama. We know how anxious #1 is but we know Dr C will get to the bottom of it. We're glad you're home with family.ReplyDelete
Tama-Chan, we sure send lots and lots of purrs that the new medicine works for you. No fun being sick all the time.ReplyDelete
Tama, we hope you start feeling better soon. Sending lots and lots of healing purrs your way.ReplyDelete
We are keeping our paws crossed that you feel better soon Miss Tama. We are very worried about you and hope these new meds help you turn the corner.ReplyDelete
We sure hope the wise Vet figures it all out for you and we're sending tons of purrs and prayers your way.ReplyDelete
Of course, Tama-Chan, I would never grow tired of looking at your face! You are one fantastic feline! Now we need you to get better soon. You're in good hands with Dr.C. I'm hoping and praying the stronger antibiotic will do the trick! No Corona virus!! It's not allowed!! Your hang in there Tama-Chan. I just know you're going to be fine! Remember, it's feline Friday!ReplyDelete
Mee-you Tama Chan mee iss endin you tripull POTP to get better!!!!ReplyDelete
Wee luv you so-o much!!!
***nose rubsss*** Siddhartha Henry xxxxxxxx an (((Hugs))) LadyMum
Sending more purrs that you get all healthy soonest.ReplyDelete
I am purring and have my paws crossed that you soon start to feel better.ReplyDelete
Purrayers that you get better Tama - POTP for all of you (well, I guess Power of the Hoof for the Vs)ReplyDelete
We're continuing to pray for you beautiful girl. It's really difficult when your doctor does not have a clear cut way to help you. But we strongly believe your vet will find a way to help you. All of our love, sweetheart.ReplyDelete
Tama, that sounds like a lot of things our system is fighting. We hope the change in meds will do the trick. Sending you lots of hugs and POTP.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning and Misty
I am adding you to my prayer list Tama-Chan.ReplyDelete
Tama-Chan, I'm sorry to hear about your health conditions. I hope you get better soon.ReplyDelete
Sending purrs and healing thoughts xoxo
I paws crossed here. I hope it's nothing serious and I hope you feel better soon.
I do send a ton of purrs to you.
Purr, purr, purr, we won't stop purring until you feel better ! PurrsReplyDelete
Pour le coronavirus, il ne faut pas y faire attention. La grande majorité des chats d'élevage en sont porteurs. C'est comme ça. Et puis tu n'as pas l'age pour qu'ils mutent tes virus.
On pense très très fort à toi en espérant que tu guérisses très vite.
Hisia et Loustiquette