Thank you @Bill & Ted, She is such a wonderful character the house feels empty without her. I feel like i let her down, it was so difficult getting her good vet care. Hopefully she will continue to improve and we get bring to her home soon xxAw poor Abi and poor you, you must feel exhausted with worry and sleepless nights, it’s really hard isn’t it. Hope Abi is on the mend now she’s got some meds x
what i meant to type is....Hopefully she will continue to improve and we get to bring her home soon xx
Thank you so much @Eddie & Elvis, they seemed really good with Abigail, but it's always good to know that someone has had a good experience there x
They've been amazing for me, they got Eddie through a gut stasis episode so I'm sure they'll do everything they can to help your girl. Holding you in my thoughts
HUGSThank you @Spaghetti & Noodles @Wiebke and @hot fox
We normally take Abigail and Rosie to the Cat & Rabbit to see Simon and Kim, both girls had ops there in January and February this year.
Abi didn't drink her water or eat her nuggets on Easter Monday and was not herself, so started syringe feeding Monday night, she was just holding the syringe food in her mouth but i couldn't get her to swallow. I tried to book an appointment at the Cat & Rabbit on Tuesday morning they said Kim and Simon were away and the locum was fully booked. Rang vets round my area, no luck apart from one so we took her there, they were not a exotics vets and they were terrible said she was fine they could hear her food going through her tummy and she would be ok, i told them this was impossible as she wasn't eating or drinking and she had passed no poos, i came home in tears as i knew she was really poorly. I phoned the Cat and Rabbit and asked if they knew of an other exotic vets they gave the name of two, rang them and they said they were fully booked and could't take any new patients at the moment. She got worse Monday night and so Tuesday morning phoned another vet and they said they would see her at lunch time they were brilliant said they were not an exotic experts but thought she had bloat and the start of an abscess in her mouth and referred us to the Chipping Norton veterinary hospital, we took her straight away. I phoned first thing this morning, Abi has been given pain medication and medicine to help relieve the bloat, she has started to take syringe food and seems a little brighter in herself. The exotic vet is calling me later this morning with an update. Sorry if this doesn't make a lot of sense, not had proper sleep since Sunday night.