Home.

O’Connor is now back home after five days in The Dog Hospital.  We still have no idea of what he ate that he shouldn’t have done.  More about that later.

He is wearing a plastic lampshade due to the large sticking plaster covering his stitches.  I wouldn’t put it past him to eat that.

“Keep him calm for the next twelve days.”  Said The Vet.  He took one look at the cat and off he went.

He is now confined to the house unless on a lead, after I wrenched three dead Lizards from his mouth in the space of five minutes.  One of these Lizards was about a foot long and bright green, decidedly poisonous looking.  The cat, I suspect, who is either in collusion, or trying to bump him off.  I am seriously not sure which.  He certainly didn’t catch the dead Birds and dead Mice I have taken away from him recently.

He did seem exceedingly pleased to see us, and is back to the joyful little soul he was.

462 Euros, Merci Beaucoup.  But I did get a free bag of dog food thrown in.  And there is now nothing wrong with his bowl production.  In fact, I have never seen so much shit, me being an expert on this subject.  This one is taking the cake.

Will I survive twelve days of this?

5 Responses to “Home.”

  1. Elizabeth Says:

    Did they open him up!? Aaaargh!

  2. elenamitchell Says:

    Yep, they cut him open, and found nothing. Not that there wasn’t something wrong. We just don’t know what.
    But judging by the shit I have taken away from him lately, it could have been anything known to this world.

    • Elizabeth Says:

      You think they could have done xrays and scans…cutting open seems totally drastic. What were his symptoms when you took him to the vet?

      • elenamitchell Says:

        They did do X Rays, Liz, but couldn’t see anything. But he was refusing to eat despite being hungry. And he was throwing up if he did eat anything.

        This is likely to remain a mystery for all time.

      • Elizabeth Says:

        Yes. probably…..

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