First let me say thanks to all y’all (yep, that’s Southern) for all the purrs, prayers, woofs, woos and well wishes. I appreciate each and every one of you each and every single day! At the moment I’m doing good once again.
Dad and Mom are biting back at the evil lurking and plotting invasions from planet Peetoria. Dad is even channeling his inner wookiee, yes, that’s a scary thought. Just to recap, I’m fine for about two weeks then I fight the PeeWars for a week then fine again, then not again, etc., etc., etc. I’ve had all kind of tests but nothing has been identified with certainty.
Last Tuesday my Dad took me to the Emergency Clinic for two reasons. First, to see if they could do anything to give me a little relief and second, because it never hurts to get a second opinion. As luck would have it, Dad’s pal Dr. Elliott was on duty. After reviewing my medical history Dr. Elliot believes I have FLUTD, specifically idiopathic cystitis. This diagnosis is usually made, as I understand it, by exclusion, which sure sounds like me. Dr. Elliott prescribe a few new things for me, but since this PeeWars battle subsided about the same time as my meds might have kicked in , it means it’s really too early to tell if the new meds helped or not. If in fact they do, I’ll tell you about my new meds later. Thanks also to our wonderful Vet Dr. Anderson, from The Cat Clinic of Greenville for making sure I immediately had the meds I need. Dr. Anderson is our rock star!
So, usually once my issues resolve the meds quit. Not this time, the meds will continue so we can see if they can actually prevent another outbreak of war, or will even help stop the battle of Fort Litterfoot before it begins.
Oh, on a fun note, in order to celebrate my recent victory our Dad gave us window whiffies, yes, real window whiffies. They’ve been previously banned due to asthma and Sister Gracie, but since we had some rain the pollen count was way low. Boy did I enjoy those!
I hope you all have a great week!!! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!