Monday, December 14, 2009

New Callie Noos

"Dear Diary:

Today is my 6th day of captivity. But there's good news! This morning, I heard Dr. Vet tell somebody that The Mommy can come take me home tonight..."




Yes, Miss Callie is coming home tonight. Of course, it's a 'good news / bad news' scenario. She's still not eating, and Dr. Vet hopes that being home in familiar surroundings might help. I haven't talked with him today, just one of the assistants, and other than knowing she's not eating, it's really too early yet this morning to know anything different from Saturday (no new test results or anything like that). But I called to offer to take some of her regular food up there this afternoon to see if she'd eat, and they checked with Dr. Vet and called back to say he thought she might eat better at home. That doesn't mean she's well, though. And I don't know how long she'll be at home.

So I'll leave work early to go get her and to talk to Dr. Vet and see if they know anything for sure yet by then. Have I mentioned that I really hate the 'not knowing what's wrong with her' part?

That's all for now...


30 comments:

Jasmim said...

I hope at home Callie feels better :)

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Even though we have been off the computer for a while we were still (and still are) purring and praying for her to get better. I was glad to see it was not pancreatits but the gallbladder thing doesn't sound great (can they take it out like with people and if so would it help?) I am glad she is coming home and hope it helps with the eating. We went through a weird stint with Lola at one point - she didn't want to eat or anything and although we never found the official cause we know that one issue was that she was very gassy. Because of the not eating it could have started liver issues too (she is pudgy so fatty liver syndrome was a possibility). Lola got better once she was home and started eating regularly again shortly after she got back - I am hoping that happens with Callie and that it will help her feel better and fix some of her other issues too. In addition to the get better purrs and prayers we are going to add in some "eat some foods" wishes too!

Angel and Kirby said...

We know you will be glad to have her home but we are still worried, to , with the unknown!

Sammy and Andy said...

We are purring that being home will make Callie feel like eating again. We will continue to purr and purray for her.....and our Mom sends hugs to your Mom.

The Island Cats said...

We're glad Callie will be able to come home today...but we sure wish you knew what was going on with her! We can understand how frustrating that must be!

We hope when she gets home, she'll start eating....we're still purring really hard for her....

The Kool~Kittie~Krew said...

We are so happy to hear that Callie will be coming home today!!! But, not happy at the fact that there's still nothing diagnosed. We hope they find the cause very soon!

Daisy said...

I'll bet Callie will be so happy to be back home. I hope she will do real good eating at home!

Ginger Jasper said...

I so hope that when you get Callie home she starts to eat and get a little stronger. I will purr my loudest Hugs GJ xx

The Creek Cats said...

Well, we're furry happy Callie will be coming home where she belongs. Maybe being home where she is loved, she will begin eating again. Sending her lots and lots of healing and eating vibes!!!

Anya said...

Great news
At home I think Callie feels much better .....

hugs
Kareltje =^.^=

SuziQCat said...

Hoping Callie will eat for you when she gets home, and that the vet can shed some light on the problem. I hope it's nothing too serious and can be easily fixed. Purring for you today.

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

Poor Miss Callie. I'm sorry to hear she is still not feeling well. Did the VET say anything about baby food? A lot of cats the blogosphere have used it when they haven't been eating. Could Callie have IBD?

We have been purring and purring for her, and all of you.

I have wanted to tell you that I love the Christmas card you made. I saved it to my desktop and mommy is going to print it and put it on the piano with all the cards. purrrrrs

Inigo Flufflebum and d'Artagnan Rumblepurr said...

Maybe she'll feel better when she's back with mummy. Poor little girl.

Mack and Sally Ann said...

We are so sorry you don't feel well. Callie you must get better. You are a very important part of your family.

Callie's Mommy, I live in Ga with my Mommy and big brother, and I don't know where you live;but, sometimes when animals are really sick they to the UGA Vet school in Athens. They can work miracles there, so maybe if there is a vet like that where you live, y'all could find out what's wrong. My Nana has whose cat was very ill, and she went there;and, know she is alive and feeling better.

Sally Ann

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

We hope she starts to feel better and eats some when she is back with you all. Still purring!

Eric and Flynn said...

We do hope that being home encourages Callie to eat. We are sending more purrs.

Brian said...

My sisters and I will be sending warm loving purrs your way sweet Callie. We sure do hope you feel better.

William said...

It's good to have her home, though. Maybe being back with her mom will help.

Noir the Texas Tabby said...

Sweet, sweet neighbor Callie--we're still praying for you! I hope being home with The Mommy and the rest of your family--you will eat something. Being in captivity is NO fun.

Take care, our Precious Princess!

Noir

Cat of Nine Tales said...

My heart is with you and Callie. Our Moseley is not eating very much at all, but at least he is eating. Our vet doesn't know either, but she put him on hormones and like magic, he's eating again. We still don't know why. It's nuts.
~Lisa Co9T

Fin said...

Hopefully relaxes at home with all of you will perk her up. Purrrrrrs

wildcatwoodscats said...

Maybe being home will help Callie eat!

JC said...

I so hope she starts to eat ...

Sweet Praline said...

Poor Callie. I hope that once she is home, she'll start eating again. Praline did that this past spring when she got so sick.

The Monkeys said...

Callie, you keep your cute little tortie chin up and get some food in that belly!

CatLadyDiary.com said...

I bet she'll start eating at home!

Milo and Alfie said...

We are purring that when Callie is home she may feel more tempted to eat 'cos she'll be surrounded wiv love.
Mom said she understands re the "not knowing" ~ she said she always likes to know everything so she can decide how to handle it.

We've put a noo badge on our bloggie today to show our support for Callie ~ and all the other poorly kitties, woofies and hoomans.

Love and smoochies from us all.

Huffle Mawson said...

Oh Miss Callie please get well. You're breaking my mum's heart.

katztales said...

Oh poor baby! I hope she's with you now and tucking into a nice piece of salmon or other treat. Purring for you and Callie.

DEBRA said...

Oh Callie we are glad that you were able to come home last night, and we sure hope that you developed your appetite on the way home and ate a big welcome home dinner and are feeling better this morning.
We is still purrin.

purr on
Abby

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